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AllYourBase
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Argh just upgraded to IE7 and the rollovers do not dissapear when I roll off them now (works on IE6 and FF) - Any ideas?

http://www.meanmachinesmag.co.uk

I've tried a few things but am getting nowhere, this is basically the suckerfish menu with some modifications.

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Bump! I'm still struggling

Bump!

I'm still struggling with this one. It doesn't always happen straight away on IE7 but if you roll about on the dropdowns eventually it does always seem to stick and the menus do not dissapear as they should! Very annoying Sad

Please someone help!

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Sorry I don't have time to

Sorry I don't have time to look into this but a few comments, other than the fact that IE7 is more standards compliant than IE6 and any hacks you may have used for IE6 won't work in IE7 but, of course, if you designed using Firefox in the first place you wouldn't have this problem. (breathes in)

You declare html in your doctype but use Xhtml end tags in some of your code. Remove the slash in />.

In addition, you define id names more than once. You are only allowed one id name per page.

Validate and fix your html and css errors. You have far, far too many of both.

IE7 is 10 years behind the standards or wrong.
But it works in IE!
IE is a cancer on the web -- Paul Thurott

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Thanks for the advice.

Thanks for the advice. Changing the doctype to transitional fixed it. The site was designed around Firefox so it is strange that only IE7 brought in this problem - IE6 coped with it just fine.