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Extra space in IE on css dropdown navigation

Sent by Ian Young on 26 November 2006 21:09


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> Sent: 26 November 2006 11:53
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> Subject: [css-d] Extra space in IE on css dropdown navigation
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I don't see the problem on my IE6 standalone. But I notice that you have
defined fontsize in nav as 12px and in contentheader li a as 0.7em. This mix
of px and em could be the problem.

As for the white spaces - not sure about that, but it may be worth defining
a further parameter:
#contentheader li ul {
	 visibility:hidden;
	 position:absolute;
	 top:1.5em;
	 left:0;
	 height:0;
	 overflow:hidden;
	 width:120px; (I would prefer ems here)
}
This will drop your dropdown a little and perhaps solve the gap.
However, the menus we directed you to in first instance (Stu Nichols at
http://www.cssplay.co.uk/menus/drop_examples.html and Tedd at
http://www.sperling.comshould and
http://www.iyesolutions.co.uk/examples/dropdown-menu/) all have the code
that you need and none uses an extra style sheet for IE6

I note that there are a good number of omissions and tt would be worth
looking at these again and incorporating their styles more rigorously.

All the info you require should be in any one of these sites.

It is getting there!!!

Ian
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