Jonathan Berry wrote:
comparing the two pages in IE6 on Win98Se,
I didn't remark a difference [...]
Or is it something else what you mean?
Then Jonathan wrote (offlist):
Both sites use <a> to display the hover, obviously, though only the
eldercare site has <li>'s surrounding the <a>'s. Don't think that that
really matters. Your screen shot looks to be in IE6 and the problem I am
experiencing is in IE7.
http://sdasf.org/cms/index.php?id=9,36,0,0,1,0 ---- does not work in IE7
<http://eldercare.signonsandiego.com/redesign/> ---- This works
Indeed I tested in IE6 (don't have IE7)...
But I think it cannot be something in the css > has to be something in
the html or scripting, I suppose.
Maybe one or more of these can help:
* The html-validator and html-Tidy are pointing to a missing </div>
in the not working page! Could make IE7 (and others) going upside
down. Still not working after repairing that?
* There is a difference in DOCtype; did you experiment with that
already (and with yes/no comment line before the start of the
* The html-validator is making remarks about a not-closed <head> or
* Did you already comment out all other things on the page, and test
the isolated menu: still not working?
Hope you'll find soon what is the culprit!
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