--- Miriam Frost [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> I've been having trouble with the menu in Opera and NN6?Mozilla on
> Big John helped out with:
> > Trouble is, IE and the others disagree on which method
> > to use in order to correct this. IE moves the <p>s to
> > the right until they're out from beneath the float.
> > Moz/Opera prefer to stretch the menu <p>s vertically
> > until there's room below to display the content.
> I wrapped the p.menus in a div.menu and put the width declarations
> there. I
> also added to div.menu the following:
> position: absolute
> z-index: -1;
You have the right idea, but you should ditch the negative
z-index as previously mentioned, and there's a few more
snaggy bits as well. I have taken the liberty of making a
corrected version of 'Dynagirl' at:
No more floating, and the top image is absolutely positioned.
Yes, the right menu conflicts with the main section at very
narrow screen widths, but AFAIK this is your best option.
Works well in IE5.5/Op6/Moz/Win2k.
"What the world needs is a good bug ring"--Big John
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