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Author: Subject: tree menu line height
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posted on 9/2/2005 at 05:44 AM Reply With Quote
tree menu line height

When I work with the tree menu code in a very simple test page, it displays as expected. But when I embed it in my page, the line height is increased and spaces appear between the segments of the vertical lines.

I have checked all the parent elements of the tree and the styles that apply to them but cannot find anything that would be causing the increase of the line height.

Any clues?
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posted on 9/6/2005 at 07:42 AM Reply With Quote

Most likely that you have anchor styles applied to the page - size of the anchor tag could effect on the tree control look.
Use tree class to override the global anchor styles:

.t?i, .t?i a:active, .t?i a:hover, .t?i a:visited, .t?i a:link{
font-size: 12px;

where ? - zero based index of the tree at the page.
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