I'm having a tough time with the sidebar menu on the following page: http://tinyurl.com/ld6xql5
When I hover over the items, they only turn white if I over over the text specifically. If I hover over any other part of the sidebar menu the background only turns blue. Any ideas on how to turn this to white upon hover regardless of where the mouse is?
So, I've edited a Wordpress template quite heavily and changed the spacing on the nav menu. I've hit a wall when it comes to the drop down - there seems to be a giant space between the main menu and the drop down see http://www.gpchq.co.uk and I can't reduce it.
Can anyone tell me which part of the CSS I'm missing that needs editing?
I have a pure CSS vertical menu with flyouts. It was working fine in my page as long as it was the only item. However, I wanted it to stay in one position as the page scrolled, so I built a CSS frame and embedded the menu code inside.
Now the menu displays but the flyout is cut-off and appears to be buried under the left frame and the main contents. I have tried everything I can think of to force the fly-out to go over the main contents but nothing other than widening the left frame and narrowing the main contents.
Hi, I'd like to ask how to make this design? I've used writing-mode but it can be used only on IE, and transform seems ruining the absolute layout of the menu.
Thanks in advance.
I live in Australaia and this year i'm doing my Diploma in website development yay!. So this week my assessment was to make a mobile website. Now I put this together fairly quickly and I'm happy with the wa