Last post Oct 04, 2007 09:30 AM by cristianorto
Oct 01, 2007 09:19 AM|cristianorto|LINK
I'm using CSS friendly Menu in my website. It's working just great in IE7 and FF2 But in IE6, hover style is not working properly and I do not see the second level of menuThe defects in IE6 click
Any idea how to fix that problem?
Thanks for your help!
Oct 01, 2007 11:22 AM|ca8msm|LINK
I'd recommend looking at the CSS menu examples from
here as they use a much cleaner HTML and CSS and also show you which browsers they are tested against.
Website Design Darlington - http://lessthandot.com -
Oct 04, 2007 05:45 AM|rheinig|LINK
Just 2 cents: Listamatic's browser chart looks quite dated.
I quite liked
Now the original problem just *may* be something I got when trying out the CSSfriendly menu. I plunked current C# source into my App_code which is meant to be used compiled as a DLL assembly. That code uses GetWebResourceUrl when registering client scripts
and will go with the returned Url unless it's empty. However, the function will return a Url even when the server won't be able to serve anything from that Url - the script will *not* be loaded - IE6 too dumb to properly respect :hover - bummer... In the most
recent source this is centralized in Helpers.cs and easily kludged out by killing the whole GetWebResourceUrl call (dunno how to fix that one properly - I just replace the filePath init with String.Empty around line 86 in Helpers.RegisterClientScript).
Oct 04, 2007 09:30 AM|cristianorto|LINK
thanks but I have not understood as I can resolve my problem, you cold be clearer?
I must modify this code?
link.Href = page.ResolveUrl(filePath);