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Joern:-
Nice indeed.
If you open a sub menu, and go back up to a different top menu, the second sub menu will display on top of the first sub menu.
(23.09.2008, 12:00)

Stu:-
which browser are you using? I cannot duplicate this.
(23.09.2008, 12:46)

Joern:-
IE7 on Win XP SP3.
Maybe I am explaining it bad.
1. Mouse over "Where to find us" = sub menu pops down.
2. Mouse over "Our place on the map".
3. From there mouse straight up to "Products" = "Products" sub menu pops down over "Where to find us" sub menu.

You dig ?
(23.09.2008, 15:48)

Stu:-
I dig. Now fixed :)
(23.09.2008, 16:27)

Joern:-
You fixed it indeed !
So, eh, ... does this mean I get a finders fee ;-)

I already use an older version of your menus on www.maaijorn.com.

Can I have a download of this one ?

joern_400 at hotmail dot com
(23.09.2008, 19:27)

Raj:-
Hello, I am regular reader of your forum, My site is www.egport.com Now i have a problem, top navigation bar is not compatible with IE6 and IE7, can you pls help me to fix it
(29.09.2008, 14:16)

Stu:-
This is not one of my menus so I cannot comment on how to fix it. You should seek advice from the menu designer.
(29.09.2008, 20:51)

Rajesh Goyal:-
Dear Stu,

I am menu designer, original it was not having any child menu, so i added and developed little bit of it.

I am not the technical guy but love to learn CSS.

Pls help me..
(30.09.2008, 10:40)

Stephen:-
Stu - is there a way to keep the dropped sub-menu visible when a user is in the current directory? I've seen you achieve this with other menu's by creating a .current class. I can't seem to replicate that with this one.

Thanks!
(06.05.2009, 02:16)

Jo:-
I just made a donation to use the Pro dropline 7 menu (Reference#CSS002).

I don't know how to download the code for the menu and the stylesheet.

Please let me know how to do this.

thx.
Jo
(23.06.2010, 03:27)



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