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Question about DHTML Menu Builder - dropdown mouseover

Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by Tarantulas, Sep 14, 2004.

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  1. Tarantulas

    Tarantulas Thread Starter

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    Hello,

    I would like to add a mouseover dropdown menu on my website, so I have the Coffee Cup DHTML Menu Builder 1.0, Can anyone tell me if this type of menu is compatible with major browsers, IE and Netscape? and what will happen if someone views it from an incompatible browser.
    Also, The DHTML Menu uses absolute position. Meaning, it's told where to be pixel by pixel. You cannot achieve 'relative' positioning, meaning the menu moves to a certain spot depending on how large the users browser window/screen resolution is. You also cannot place the DHTML Menu in a table cell.

    So I guess my question is, is that if I set the menu to be, for instance, 150 pixels down from the top, will it appear that way for everyone, I guess I am saying that I do not want it to be in the wrong place on someone elses browser, let's say for instance blocking a pic or text that I have on the page. (i hope that makes sense). I would appreciate any help.

    Take Care, Dean
     
  2. Big-K

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    I'm pretty sure that dhtml is proprietry code
     
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