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VP-ASP New User

United Kingdom
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Posted - May 03 2007 :  12:00:03  Show Profile  Visit jmccann's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Has anyone managed to get a consistent look for the Flyout Menus for both IE and Firefox?

I'm installing on www.cosmeticsplc.co.uk and you'll see a totally different layout in each browser.

I've set the Left column in shop.css using:

#left {
/* Styles */
width:150px; /* Change to alter width of left column */

No matter what width I set, I can't get the flyout to fit the Left Column. I've even tried %

If you vist the site, how do I get the "red box" to fit within the left column. I use red to try to identify what I need to change, but I've had no luck.

Can anyone help?


jim mccann

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Posted - May 04 2007 :  09:50:55  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Jim could you be a bit more explicit about what you're trying to accomplish, please. I've looked at this in several different browsers and I'm not sure where you need to go with this.
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VP-ASP New User

90 Posts

Posted - May 06 2007 :  23:05:11  Show Profile  Visit LisaGriff's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I had a problem with it not looking the same in different browsers also. It looked great in Firefox but not in IE. I wrote to support about it. They said they were removing the add-on until their developers could get to it.
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Posted - May 06 2007 :  23:15:15  Show Profile  Visit support's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hi there,

We have put it back up however it takes a fair amount of tweaking to get right for your look.

It can be done but needs a bit of patience to do.

Any CSS gurus out there?


VP-ASP Support
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VP-ASP New User

186 Posts

Posted - May 07 2007 :  10:47:13  Show Profile  Visit stone5150's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I am pretty good at CSS.

Bob Stone
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29 Posts

Posted - May 08 2007 :  15:24:57  Show Profile  Visit chughes's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I set this up and am having issues with the frames overlapping.. Any thoughts?

Craig Hughes
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