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    Exclamation DHTML Menu problems!

    This belongs in a few different subjects but I posted it here because HTML will probably have the answer to one of my questions.
    Anyway, I've been working on a site (http://twistie.freelinuxhost.com/) and I have a dhtml menu which scrolls on the page with you. Underneath it is an image that runs the length of the page.
    On some pages in Netscape 7.2 the DHTML menu loads 'under the image or expands underneath the text on the page (Page designed with publisher and DHTML menu code placed in after authoring from publisher) yet it loads perfectly in IE


    The first screenshot is how it loads in Netscape and the second in IE.

    Is there anyway to correct this? Like a Z dimension field?



    Also I have the problem that Firefox doesn't load my page but instead shows you the DHTML menu coding with the webpage background and a few corrupted images. Can anyone explain why? I think it might be because the browser can't read the script but I can only program HTML and I havn't even bothered to learn Java or anything else.

    EDIT: If the fonts don't work don't worry I havn't got around to embedding them in the pages yet.http://twistie.freelinuxhost.com/
    Last edited by twistie; 02-19-2005 at 07:09 AM.

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    You could try it. (also, not that you posted in the wrong forum, but if you asked JavaScript, they might know)

    Dan
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