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    need help with css menu


    http://turkeybot.info/test.html

    How do I make it so that when hovering over the top menu bars, the page won't jump? I've tried absolute and fixed positioning, but the menu would always hide itself again whenever I hovered over it with those two positioning.
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    Have you ever heard of Suckerfish?

    Well, I've played with your page - check it out.

    I hope this helps.
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    Originally Posted by BonRouge
    Have you ever heard of Suckerfish?

    Well, I've played with your page - check it out.

    I hope this helps.
    That worked for the boards page, but for some reason, it's different on my homepage.

    Same URL as I posted before.
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    I think you forgot the javascript.
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    Originally Posted by BonRouge
    I think you forgot the javascript.
    Oh. I was hoping of a way without javascript.

    But what's odd is that on your site, it works for me without javascript enabled...

    And like I said before, it only causes this problem on the homepage. No where else does it disappear like that.
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    Now I'm curious - you have javascript disabled? Why?

    Actually, now I come to think of it, it should work in Firefox without the javascript - it's IE that needs the script.

    Well, I'm afraid I don't know what to say. You haven't changed anything?
    Did you try it with the javascript anyway?
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    No, I was gonna try to use that other hack I saw that showed using tables to get menus to work in ie without javascript. I want it to work for everyone, not just javascript-enabled people. Anyways, it might have to do with the z-indexs...

    EDIT: It has something to do with the div that is holding all the homepage content...I don't know what it is though...tested it with the javascript in it, and it still didn't work.
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    Try taking this out :

    div{overflow:auto;width:100%;position:relative;}
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    Yay!

    But I found a critical problem...

    Unless all divs have an overflow property attached to them, the footer for my page "beginning with 'Search Turkeybot'" screws up every page. Is there anyway to fix this while being able to rid the overflow property?

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