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CSS menu problem

Discussion in 'CSS' started by wood1e, Nov 2, 2005.

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    Hi,

    I am gettting myself in a pickle as I can't seem to figure out how to change elements to my CSS menu...

    The problem I have is that the borders have disappeared around the main menu, and when you mouseover the "services" link next to it moves over? And I can't get the sub menu for "services" and "Approved centre" to align underneath the main links (serviecs and approved centre"
    SEMrush
    http://www.synaxissolutions.co.uk/test/chaplane/index.htm

    Can anyone help?
     
    wood1e, Nov 2, 2005 IP
    SEMrush
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    Did you fix the problem? I don't (think I) see the issue you're referring to in either FF or IE. At least not the alignment/link movement issue. The submenus are showing under their respective items. As for the border, do you mean a border around the yellow box? because I see one... or did you mean something around the menu items? Unless I'm missing something, I dont' see anything in the css that would suggest that...


    Something to consider: the red text over the images is tough on the eyes... perhaps try a different color, a heavier type, or at least a stroke/border that contrasts with the photos (I expect a light color would work well).
     
    artjewl, Nov 6, 2005 IP