Sorry about that Preran, it's on the server now: http://www.liquidatorswarehouse.net/css/menu.css
I have currently a spry menu on the site now, but I was reading in the Dreamweaver forum that Adobe no longer had the Spry menus, no longer supported and they would eventually stop working. So is it safe to stick with the spry menu I have?
Ben I have no idea how you got that result as I did not. The types of paper menu would never show.
Thanks Ben, I have it now working, only some browser issues I am trying to clean up.
I have the url hidden within another site and you can view it here:
If you would mind to view it in IE, Chrome and FF, you will see the differences and I cannot figure out how to make them look the same. IE is the look I am going for except it doesnt show the down arrows and the right arrow for the paper link. Chrome and FF just completely ignore the background gradients - I thought those would support them as well.
The css file is here:
Thanks for all your help!!
1. Change background-color: to background:
2. Remove lines 144-178
If you want a down-arrow use ▼ as in
<li><a class="MenuBarItemSubmenu" href="#">Item 1 ▼</a>
PS Left arrow = ▶
Message was edited by: Ben Pleysier
Thank you Ben, it's almost there. FF and Chrome still not showing exactly like IE but it is closer. The biggest issue with FF and Chrome are under "Janitorial" where I have sub-menus under the categories "towels" etc and those are coming under the background. IE puts all on top as it should be.
Thanks so much for helping me!!
Hello BcSurvivor08...i am not a coding expert...i would recommend you AllWebMenus http://www.likno.com/allwebmenusinfo.html to create your menu...You can do everything you need without code...only by interface...and also it has no cross browser issues.
Hope it helps you this way.
I think my problem may be due to "overflow:hidden" in the container styling for the overall layout of the site. The submenu that is hidden only in Chrome and FF is under Janitorial-> towels-> the towels submenu extends past the container. In IE it shows on top but Chrome and FF hides it.
Ive tried adding z-index properties as well as "style=overflow:visible" to the UL tag for this one menu but nothing I have tried works.
Any help is greatly appreciated!