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    keystone
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    Hello ladies and gents,

    First up the compliments of the season to all of you. Especially those that give of their time and knowledge to assist the noobs and the un-knowledgeable to succeed. We may not always say thank you appropriately but I assure you your help is gratefully received.

    Now…on to my problem. I have set up a drop-down menu but when I move the curser to the third level it all disappears. can anyone grant me some insight into why this has me pulling what is left of my hair…out!

    The drop down menu is on the “Teachers and Practitioners” tab

    many thanks

    Gordon J


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    • This topic was modified 10 months ago by  keystone.
    • This topic was modified 10 months ago by  keystone.
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    AC
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    Deactivate your plugins, specifically the sidebar log in.

    #80367

    keystone
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    Thanks anitac…problem is I need the login…it is part of the membership package.

    Maybe I can move the login?


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    keystone
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    Hi again,

    It turns out that I needed to make some changes to the css. Apparentlythere is a gap between where the parent li node ends, and where the sub menu ul node appears, and when the cursor tries to cross over to the sub-menu it leaves the parent menu causing the hover status to be cancelled.

    Needed to change this line

    .menu-primary li ul ul, .menu-secondary li ul ul, #header .menu li ul ul {
    margin:-56px 0 0 200px;
    }

    to

    .menu-primary li ul ul, .menu-secondary li ul ul, #header .menu li ul ul {
    margin:-56px 0 0 100px;
    }

    …and it seems to be fine now

    Hope this information may be of assistance to others.

    My thanks to anitac for her help and to the people at http://memberfind.me technical support who have fantastic.


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