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post Jun 4 2008, 02:20 PM
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I am having trouble keeping these tables from moving up and down when the flip menus operate.

http://www.autostarsolutions.com/modules/test.html


I have tried everything in Dreamweaver.... using CSS positioning options were close, but did not work because the website is centered, the tables would not move with the rest of the site when the browser window was expanded. I don't know what else to try to get the tables to remain still, while the show / hide options are used.


PLEASE HELP!!!!!

thanks,
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post Jun 4 2008, 02:59 PM
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In FF absolutely nothing happens when I click he menu links. Is there supposed to be a dropdown? In IE I get so many JS error warnings I can't click them away fast enough to even get to the menu with the mouse (and I don't want to uninstall my debugger). Maybe start there.

There's also HTML error, some of them may be of importance for how the menu works.
http://www.htmlhelp.com/cgi-bin/validate.c...s&input=yes


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post Jun 4 2008, 04:53 PM
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Gotit fixed with iframes...thanks1
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