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floating menu and different IE and FF behaviour

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Hi,

I have got JS at: http://www.euroadres.pl/b2b.aspx for floating menu - it
activates when scrolling down.
Under IE it works ok but under FF it doesn't float and what's more it covers
a part of billboard.

How can I fix the problem. Or eventually where to find similar working
script (I googled a half of day).

Best Regards

Darek
Jun 26 '07 #1
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On Jun 27, 12:10 am, "Dariusz Tomoń" <d.to...@mazars.plwrote:
Hi,

I have got JS at:http://www.euroadres.pl/b2b.aspxfor floating menu - it
activates when scrolling down.
Under IE it works ok but under FF it doesn't float and what's more it covers
a part of billboard.

How can I fix the problem. Or eventually where to find similar working
script (I googled a half of day).

Best Regards

Darek
to be honest you have FAR too much movement on the page already
without another gimmick, my computer has trouble dealing with all that
movement, and my first reaction was to kill it. The site would look so
much more inviting, if you just stuck to the professional standards
based (asseccible/useable) approach.
As for things working in IE, not in mine, the same z-index issue
appears in my IE6, and it's only when it scrolls down that the issue
goes away. The reason why the thing doesnt work in FF is that it is
coded using M$ products which are not modern standards aware, and the
javascript is thus not standards based, and so fix that and you'll get
there even though as I say most would not think what youre doing worth
your time. Perhaps a client decision - but you as the developer
sometimes really DO know best, rather than a client with a lack of
experience in the area of customer needs!

Jun 27 '07 #2

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On Jun 27, 9:10 am, "Dariusz Tomoń" <d.to...@mazars.plwrote:
Hi,

I have got JS at:http://www.euroadres.pl/b2b.aspxfor floating menu
Not in any browser I use. The page is dysfunctional and generates a
zillion script errors from what appears to be some kind of timer
running several times per second. The use of browser detection is a
sure sign of poor quality code.

Floating menu scripts are a dime a dozen, they are very simple to code
but you won't find many in use because users hate them. You will
likely find some at dynamic drive, they are almost certainly
crap. :-)

Try this - I didn't test it but the code looks like it's from about
1997 so it should suit. Good luck!!

<URL: http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamici...staticmenu.htm >
--
Rob.

Jun 27 '07 #3

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