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Hierarchical Menus Ver. 3 - Addendum X-2 (v3.10.2)
further fix for IE5 image positioning plus one
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This addendum deals with a fix to the Hierarchical Menus Version 3 script for proper "more" image positioning in Internet Explorer 5, for Windows and Macintosh.
You must be familiar with the script to appreciate the discussion.
Welcome to the tenth-and-twice-some maintenance release of Hierarchical Menus, Version 3.
In our previous maintenance release, Version 3.10.1, we fixed a problem with the "more" image positioning for IE5. However, under certain conditions, the image may still not be positioned correctly in IE5. Thanks to all who wrote in, and special thanks to Brian Gibson, who was first off the mark to describe the problem and test the fix.
Pass your mouse over the links below to display two sample menus:
If you are using IE5, you will have displayed top-level menus similar to the screenshots below:
|Left Menu - Good Positioning||Right Menu - Bad Positioning|
It is not immediately obvious why the positioning is wonky. Both menus have an initial two-line item, so it can't be the double lines. The left menu has more text in the first item than the right one, so text length is not the culprit either. So, what can cause the screwy positioning?
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Created: July 20, 2000
Revised: July 20, 2000