I am having trouble with a client that has downloaded Contribute onto their windows computer. The page in question contains a drop-down nav- bar which I coded using CSS. I have had the page certified by W3 CSS and the html also went through at 100%. It displays perfectly in all browsers and also in my version of Contribute 6.5. My client is also running the same version of Contribute, however the drop-down menu won't render properly in their version of contribute unless they try to edit the page. This is a problem because they rely on the navigation bar to navigate the site for editing. On their version of contribute the navigation bar appears as a lengthy unordered list instead of a smooth drop-down list which appears on all other browsers and versions of Contribute. I have changed the name of the CSS file and its location several times. This hasn't solved the issue. Any suggestions please???
Can you please share the screen shot of the issue appearing in Contribute? Also can you please check in IE browser in the same machine, where you are facing the issue.
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I spoke to Adobe staff today who were very helpful. They put it down to a bad installation of Contribute. I have suggested to the client to clear the cache and reinstall Contribute tomorrow morning. IE is working fine on my clients machine and shows the page correctly. I will keep you posted on how it goes.
This is how it displays on the same version of Adobe Contribute on my Mac and all browsers.