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CSS drop menu problem caused by links underneath

Posted on 2007-12-04
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I have been racking my brain on this one and need a little help.

I have this page with a CSS/JS menu

http://www.wheretostay.com/caribbean/turks_and_caicos_islands/lodging-c188-Turks_and_Caicos.html

The problem occurs when I have a bread crumb that extends below one of the drop menus,like "Destinations". When you move your cursor down from the "destinations" tab to the menu it opened, the browser seems to turn the layer off and highlight the link under it, rather than allowing you to roll onto the opened menu layer. If you do not have the crumb below the tab, it works as expected. I hope this make sense.

Thanks in advance for any help to this problem.

Thanks for your time.
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by:gamebits
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Have you fixed the problem because it is not happening on my computer (everything works as expected)?
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by:td234
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Nope, still a problem. On a PC using IE is has a small area where is flashes off then on. On a PC using FF it works if you more your cursor fast, but not if you move slow (layer turns off). On a Mac is turns off on both Safari and FF.
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by:gops1
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From the "tab_Destination.jpg" img tag remove the onmouseout action completely:

this part to be removed:

onmouseout="mouseoff2('destinations','nav3/tab_Destination.jpg');dropMenu(this);"
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then the div will never turn off. if someone mouses off to the left or right I need it to turnoff.
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