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Author: Subject: Problem with positioning in Mozilla browsers
Goertz
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posted on 10/14/2009 at 10:36 AM
Problem with positioning in Mozilla browsers


I created two websites were the Tigra menu's in MS IE behave as supposed. But in Mozilla based browsers like Firefox and Chrome the positioning of the second level seems dependand on the browser window size.

In the first website the second level is supposed to open on the left side of level 1. I cannont get that to work in FF. It now opens to the right, but if you change the browser window size the level open further or closer to the right. See a working example here:

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In the second website the navigation opens to the left, but again, if you change the browser window size the positioning of level 2 till 5 changes.

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Please help ASAP. Thanks in advance!
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tigra
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posted on 10/14/2009 at 08:10 PM

Please submit a support ticket and we'll provide you with the updated version of the script.
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