I have a CSS drop-down navigation system that works fine in FF, IE 6&7 and (I
believe) in Safari. Recently I discovered that in the AOL rendering of IE7 the
drop-downs displayed with a small gap (perhaps 2 or three pixels) between them
and the permanent menu items above. I couldn't move the mouse across the gap
without the drop-downs vanishing (unless I moved very fast).
I could move the drop-downs up for all browsers, but it wouldn't look so good in
FF. Is there a way to sniff for AOL and include some hack ? I've already got
some special CSS for IE, using the conditional [if IE] etc.
The secondary problem is that I'd have no ready means of testing such a hack.
Isle of Mull PA66 6BP
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