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Last Updated: Saturday January 20 2018 - 06:01:02

SubMenu position, Firefox shadow


Poster: Cista
Dated: Wednesday November 17 2004 - 10:24:27 GMT

Hello,

I have a classic horizontal menu, the seb-menu are vertical

I have 2 questions for your.

1. I'd like to ajust the vertical position of the first level sub-menu some pixel to the bottom, I don't find the propertie to do it. Could you tell wich property I have to use ?

2. When I test with firefox latest release. I have 2 strange (or not) things :
A. the shadow of the mainmenu not appear
B. the submenu appear directly under the mainmenu without space.
Is it normal ?


Thanks,


Christian,


Poster: Cista
Dated: Wednesday November 17 2004 - 11:22:24 GMT

Hello,

I found the solution for the vertical position of the sub-menu. I added the "top" property in the menu definition.

I still have the problem with the shadow and firefox


Thanks,

Christian,


Poster: John
Dated: Wednesday November 17 2004 - 13:55:45 GMT

The filters that make the shadow (and other effects) are from M$. Therefore, they only work in IE.


Poster: Anonymous
Dated: Tuesday December 21 2004 - 0:21:46 GMT

Are there plans to include code that support the Mozilla Firefox browser?


Poster: Ruth
Dated: Tuesday December 21 2004 - 3:25:37 GMT

You can use opacity now for Mozilla, you need to use it with on/off class. It's not that there isn't support for Mozilla and opacity, but that the filters are properietary to Microsoft. They work somehow using directX which is Microsoft and Mozilla doesn't do directX. You can read about opacity and Mozilla and Safari in this TOPICpost.

Ruth


Poster: Anonymous
Dated: Tuesday December 21 2004 - 7:35:23 GMT

Thanks for the reply.


Poster: Anonymous
Dated: Monday January 10 2005 - 20:16:49 GMT

Hi,

I'm sorry but could you please tell me how to go about applying the opacity?

Thanks a bunch for the help.

The menu is at:

The Last Borns
http://home.infostations.net/selvan/index.html


Poster: John
Dated: Monday January 10 2005 - 20:31:01 GMT

Ruth left you a link to the explanation in her last post to you above.


Poster: Anonymous
Dated: Monday January 10 2005 - 20:50:49 GMT

Yes, and I've had a look but don't understand how to about applying it to the pages with the menu. In fact, I got a bit lost on just creating the class.