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Odd behavior in IE10 with menus

Posted on 2013-06-04
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http://www.beartoothflyfishing.com/

I have the sub navigation working as expected in all browsers but IE 10.  Drop down menus seem to disappear on the second attempt of viewing them.  Anyone run across this before?  is there a known workaround?
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by:Ishaan Rawat
ID: 39221009
Try this...

modify your present #access ul ul a code to...

#access ul ul a {
line-height: 1em;
width: 160px;
height: auto;
display: block;
}

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try this if it works..!
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by:mopar003
ID: 39222754
Thank you IshaanWawat, that got it working except for one little quirk.  If I activate the mouseover on the navigation I have to go to the area of the dropdown menu to activate the new "display: block" CSS that I added.  

To replicate this, I go to the dropdown once, then go back to it, but on the upper portion of the navigation button.  

Any ideas on what may be causing this?
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by:mopar003
ID: 39222759
Sorry, had a typo in your name "IshaanRawat". :(
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by:Ishaan Rawat
ID: 39222783
I wonder if the following code work...

 #access ul li:hover > ul a{
     display:block;
}

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by:mopar003
ID: 39222803
Thanks for the quick reply!  Added that code in and it doesn't seem to fix it. It seems like the bottom of my mouse pointer has to touch the top area of the dropdown for it to activate.
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Ishaan Rawat earned 500 total points
ID: 39222831
#access ul li:hover > ul li{
     display:block;
}

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sorry for the guessing...

I am trying to use the trial and error method as I am not able to guess the reason behind that.......

Try the above code...
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by:mopar003
ID: 39222846
This fixed the issue.  Thank you!  
I do have some formatting issues, but I will work those out on my own or open a new issue here.  This is not related.  

I had originally wanted to have the drop-downs stack, but was willing to live with them as they were, side-by-side.  Now they are stacking, so that is an unintended fix.

I just need to work on positioning and the borders.
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by:Ishaan Rawat
ID: 39222851
So GLAD it worked... !!!!

Thanks,
IshaanRawat
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