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Author: Subject: Consistent look and feel in IE and NS
Joan
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posted on 2/3/2003 at 08:22 PM Reply With Quote
Consistent look and feel in IE and NS


I currently have some problems with getting a consistent look and feel of the Pro version of the menu in Netscape and IE.

First, it doesn't show up at all in IE and because there isn't a debugger for IE, I'm not sure what the problem is.

Second, NS 6 and 7 look half finished and if you debug it, there are error messages. NS 4.7 looks pretty darned good (go figure, eh?) with no debugging errors.

I'm hoping someone can help me. To see what I'm talking about click here.

Thanks,
Joan
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tigra
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posted on 2/4/2003 at 09:19 AM Reply With Quote

All browsers mentioned in the message are supported by Tigra Menu PRO. This can be easily verified by opening product page or demos with that browsers. Menu appearence problems are probably caused by configuration errors. Please, take advantage of e-mail support offered with Tigra Menu PRO. Support personel at SoftComplex will help you to resolve this issue.
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