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Drop Down Menu Nightmare
Gilead



 
Msg#: 4661154 posted 2:59 pm on Apr 7, 2014 (gmt 0)

I have a vertical menu that the client wanted to be drop-down. The problem is that just to the right of the navigation is a large carousel of images on the front page and a single image on all other pages. When I go to the dropdown, it pulls the image with it, as if it were attached. I've tried changing the width; added padding right. So far nothing. Anyone have any thoughts?

I'm using a simple css drop down:
#global-nav{


}
#global-nav li a{
display:block;

}
#global-nav ul ul a:hover{

}
#global-nav ul ul{
display:none;
list-style-type:none;

}
#global-nav ul:hover ul{
display:block;

}


Thanks!

 

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Msg#: 4661154 posted 2:37 pm on May 1, 2014 (gmt 0)

Did you get this resolved? How are you positioning the elements?

Gilead



 
Msg#: 4661154 posted 3:01 pm on May 1, 2014 (gmt 0)

Not yet. The navigation was set up vertically and the carousel/image was just to the right.

Gilead



 
Msg#: 4661154 posted 3:02 pm on May 1, 2014 (gmt 0)

Not yet. The navigation was set up vertically and the carousel/image was just to the right. The big problem, I think is that the drop down elements are display:block.

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