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    Css Drop Down menu overlapping problem

    Hey

    I have drop down buttons at the top of the site that were created in Fireworks for menu navigation and the problem is when I tried to enter the third one it is overlapping the one next to it and so the menu is moving to the far left?

    I have turned off prevent overlaps and yet it still does it

    http://www.toughguy.org.uk

    any ideas?
    Last edited by columbo1977; 05-27-2009 at 07:49 AM.

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    It would be very hard to track the issue from that <table> soup. Don't you know why table are very bad for layout? Adopt some CSS based designs, check an example at http://bonrouge.com/3c-hf-fluid-lc.php
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    I realise it would be better for design and modernisation to be using css but... I dont have the time at the moment, I need to get the site up and running then I will look at redesigning using css - backwards i know but that is how I am going to have to do it for now.

    have you any ideas on why it is relocating the menu when they overlap when I have diasabled prevent overlapping layers?

    Graham

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    Has anyone else got any ideas on why I cant create another dropdown near the news one even though prevent overlapping layers is disabled?

    http://www.toughguy.org.uk


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