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ability to click on drop downs disappears

Posted on 2011-03-25
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How do I fix it so that I can click on the second level drop down buttons. Right now, when you go to them to click on, the entire bar disappears.  See Projects/Land Development/Project 1.

http://nsitedesigns.com/nsitedesigns/miller/7.html
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reduce the widths of the LI's...line 151. You are forcing a width on the a element as well as the li, but the li is wider than the a. Both should be 9em...and that way the underlying ul would be within the hit state of the mouse.
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#nav li li {
      padding-right: 1em;
      width: 9em
}

did not work.

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Don't use padding. The gap on the right is the problem as you are chopping off the hotspot. The li and a should be the same width..so that the child ul is expandable. Hope this helps
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by:nsitedesigns
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Hi All,

Been dealing with an emergency for another client and haven't had time to look at all suggestions.  I hope to find time later this week.
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