On 21/09/2007, David Laakso [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> > Could you please check the following menu in IE6 and 7? I am told the
> > menu is not behaving correctly.
> > <http://theriverchurch.info/>
> > <http://theriverchurch.info/wp-content/themes/RiverChurch/style.css>
> The Lord works in mysterious ways: perhaps you are being reprimanded for
> knowingly using a menu that drives everyone nuts who attempts to use it;
> not optimizing the images; and, making the start point of the primary
> content so tiny.
> The drop-down /drops down/ in 6 and 7.
> In 7 they "stick," that is to say, when hovering across all of them they
> are simultaneously stuck in the drop-down position.
> In 6 the drop down boxes do not "stick" but they are wider than in
> compliant browsers (and even ie7), and each has a double vertical rule
> on both sides. There is a gap under the header image. And the header
> image, and the black block beneath that image, and the black footer
> block are all about 70px shy of the outermost container's right border.
Many thanks for the reply. I have changed the subject to reflect the
next question. What do folks do if they don't use the suckerfish
option please? Any suggestions?
Embracing what God does for you is the best thing you can do for him.
Romans 12 v 1
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