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Hi!

I have a problem with this css in ie6

.menuPrincipal{
	width:100%;
}
.menuPrincipal, .menuPrincipal ul 
{
	margin: 0;
	padding: 0;
	border: 0;
	list-style-type: none;
	display: block;
}

.menuPrincipal li 
{
	display:inline;
	margin: 0;
	padding: 0;
	border: 0;
	display: block;
	float: left;	/* move all main list items into one row, by floating them */
	position: relative;	/* position each LI, thus creating potential IE.win overlap problem */
	z-index: 5;		/* thus we need to apply explicit z-index here... */
}

.menuPrincipal li:hover {
	z-index: 10000;	/* ...and here. this makes sure active item is always above anything else in the menu */
	white-space: normal;/* required to resolve IE7 :hover bug (z-index above is ignored if this is not present)
							see http://www.tanfa.co.uk/css/articles/pure-css-popups-bug.asp for other stuff that work */
}

.menuPrincipal li li {
	float: none;/* items of the nested menus are kept on separate lines */
}

.menuPrincipal ul {
	visibility: hidden;	/* initially hide all submenus. */
	position: absolute;
	z-index: 10;
	left: 0;	/* while hidden, always keep them at the top left corner, */
	top: 0;		/* 		to avoid scrollbars as much as possible */
}

.menuPrincipal li:hover>ul {
	visibility: visible;	/* display submenu them on hover */
	top: 100%;	/* 1st level go below their parent item */
}

.menuPrincipal li li:hover>ul {	/* 2nd+ levels go on the right side of the parent item */
	top: 0;
	left: 100%;
}

/* -- float.clear --
	force containment of floated LIs inside of UL */
.menuPrincipal:after, .menuPrincipal ul:after {
	content: ".";
	height: 0;
	display: block;
	visibility: hidden;
	overflow: hidden;
	clear: both;
	zoom:1;
}
.menuPrincipal, .menuPrincipal ul {	/* IE7 float clear: */
	min-height: 0;
}
/* -- float.clear.END --  */

/* -- sticky.submenu --
	it should not disappear when your mouse moves a bit outside the submenu
	YOU SHOULD NOT STYLE the background of the ".menu UL" or this feature may not work properly!
	if you do it, make sure you 110% know what you do */
.menuPrincipal ul {
	background-image: url(empty.gif);	/* required for sticky to work in IE6 and IE7 - due to their (different) hover bugs */
	padding: 10px 30px 30px 30px;
	margin: -10px 0 0 -30px;
	/*background: #f00;*/	/* uncomment this if you want to see the "safe" area.
								you can also use to adjust the safe area to your requirement */
}
.menuPrincipal ul ul {
	padding: 30px 30px 30px 10px;
	margin: -30px 0 0 -10px;
}
/* -- sticky.submenu.END -- */






/* - - - ADxMenu: DESIGN styles [ OPTIONAL, design your heart out :) ] - - - */

.menuPrincipal, .menuPrincipal ul li {
	color: white;
	background:black;
}

.menuPrincipal ul {
	width: 11em;
}

.menuPrincipal a {
	text-decoration: none;
	color: white;
	padding: .4em 1em;
	display: block;
	position: relative;
}

.menuPrincipal a:hover, .menuPrincipal li:hover>a {
	color: green; 
}

.menuPrincipal li li {	/* create borders around each item */
	border: 1px solid #ccc;
}
.menuPrincipal ul>li + li {	/* and remove the top border on all but first item in the list */
	border-top: 0;
}

.menuPrincipal li li:hover>ul {	/* inset 2nd+ submenus, to show off overlapping */
	top: 5px;
	left: 90%;
}

/* special colouring for "Main menu:", and for "xx submenu" items in ADxMenu
	placed here to clarify the terminology I use when referencing submenus in posts */
.menuPrincipal>li:first-child>a, .menuPrincipal li + li + li li:first-child>a {
	/*color: #567;*/
}

/* Fix for IE5/Mac \*//*/
.menu a {
	float: left;
}
/* End Fix */

I downloaded this code and I fixed some things (colors) for my site Smile

The site displays a floating menu. When the mouse moves over the menu shows the sub-menu Smile

This css works in Firefox but in IE6 does not show the sub-menu.

How can I fix this?

Sorry for my english Tongue

Regards

harrierdh
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floating menus

It is very hard to figure out what you've got going without seeing a real page or the full code. I want to assume you are trying to create a sub menu that shows up when the main menu item is hovered. Is that right?

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IE6 needs a helping hand

IE6 needs a helping hand from javascript for these sort of menus. As you haven't shown us all of your code, I'm only guessing, but you've probably left it out.

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