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coordinates problem

Hi, i have tried to write the code for a drop-down menu with css,
javascript and html. In a "normal" occasion i would make it with divs
and apply absolute coordinates to all.

http://www.sangazul.com/test/popup-menu2.htm

The problem is that all the menu-options come from the back-office and
there's no fixed width, somehow i never know the x-position of each
submenu.

The only solution that i'ved found was this, give "absolute"
coordinates to the dd tags that are inside each dl so they could align
with each dt.

It works perfectly in MS Internet Explorer but in Mozilla the dd
appear on the right place but the mouseOver/mouseOut and the links
dont work. Some one knows how to solve this problem?

Obrigado,
Patrick Medina
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Have you checked the z index for the layers ?

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Hi, i have tried to write the code for a drop-down menu with css,
javascript and html. In a "normal" occasion i would make it with divs
and apply absolute coordinates to all.

http://www.sangazul.com/test/popup-menu2.htm

The problem is that all the menu-options come from the back-office and
there's no fixed width, somehow i never know the x-position of each
submenu.

The only solution that i'ved found was this, give "absolute"
coordinates to the dd tags that are inside each dl so they could align
with each dt.

It works perfectly in MS Internet Explorer but in Mozilla the dd
appear on the right place but the mouseOver/mouseOut and the links
dont work. Some one knows how to solve this problem?

Obrigado,
Patrick Medina

Jul 20 '05 #2

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