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what's wrong with this menu when the screen is resized to half

Posted on 2014-02-10
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Hi,

here is the link to my website.

*URL deleted at request of Asker by Netminder 11 Feb 2014*

if you open the browser and resize the browser to half and try to hover over the last menu option like sale, you will see that the drop down sub menu is not under sale but its moves.

Its only happens when the browser is resized. Not sure what i am missing

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Question by:niceoneishere
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by:Paul MacDonald
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I'm guessing the drop-down portion is set to an absolute location rather than a relative one.   Just a guess.
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Yes that is correct, but If I remove the absolute position for the style #menu ul ul it mess up the entire nav when hovered over
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In custom.js
Change
winWidth = $(window).width(),

to
winWidth = $(document).width(),
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