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I'm doing something wrong with this menu and I don't know what...

Posted on 2014-03-10
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Head out to http://www.trinityspringhill.org. Hover over "Programs / Weekly Life Groups" and you'll see my dilemma. The submenu should linger as your mouse hovers over that menu item and instead the whole submenu disappears the moment your mouse extends beyond the text.

My stylesheet is at http://www.trinityspringhill.org/stylesheet.css. What do I need to change to make things work correctly?
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Hey Bruce

To #navcontainer ul ul li {} - stylesheet.css line 155 - add

    width:230px;
     text-align:left;
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(you seem to have a misplaced slideshow pager - see the bottom of the page)
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