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Mega menu does not working in all browsers. Please provide link of some example of mega menu which will be working in all browser.

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This demo http://www.javascriptkit.com/script/script2/jkmegamenu.shtml works in the current versions of Firefox, IE8, Chrome, Safari, and Opera.
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It dont work on ie 6 I need menu which works fine on all browser.
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The demo in the link works fine in IE6 so you may have something in your page interfering.
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Let me check it and also i will provide u code to check.
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good work
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