Originally Posted by Frankie
The code you are now giving is indeed my code, but it is not what I'm seeing online, behind the site you linked
. There I see the following code:
with the subMenu not being a child <ul>, but a separate div, not being a child of anything. That is the weirdest menu I've even seen.
However, assuming that you are now talking about a new menu that is not online yet, I tested your latest code, and indeed the filter seems to be the culprit. In IE7 there is no more dropdown, but if I outcomment the filter, everything work fine.
I'm sure it's a pretty weird menu. I'm not a trained web designer. I learned some basic HTML/C++ when I was a kid, and I'm learning CSS and JS as I go on this project, so please excuse the noob.
Yes, your code was not yet implemented on the live site, sorry I should have made that clear. I was just running it off my own workstation. I'll upload it so you can see what I meant.
As far as IE compatibility goes, is there another way to apply a gradient to the menus other than filter:?
If it will get in the way more often than not, then I'll just replace it with a solid color.
Thanks for your help.