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CSS submenu doesn't always stay open on when the parent is mouse-overed

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Hello,

I was tweaking a CSS menu and I can't make it working.
When the page is first loaded I can put  my mouse over "About" then when I move my mouse the CSS hides the sub menu items which are supposed to stay open

Here is the demo
http://test.com.webweb.ca/

Here a ZIP of the saved page
http://test.com.webweb.ca/about.zip


Any ideas ?
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Question by:svetoslavm
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main.css: Line 228

Change to:
div#nav li { position: relative; height: 35px; }

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by:svetoslavm
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perfect!!!! you saved me so much frustrations!
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