The dropdown menu on this page–right above Add to Cart–is showing up white on white, so the user doesn't see "Select Style" on it, as they should:
Any ideas on how to remedy that? When I have the same form up in HTML, it presents as normal.
I'm running into problems coding my personal site. I have header, then a dropdown navigation menu that changes content in a div below it, with a footer below. The problem happens when you choose an item in the menu and new art populates in the div below the screen jumps up and partially hides the header unless I fix the header--which messes up my mobile view (it's no longer zoom-able)
I am working on this website: http://louismartinturgeon.com/vizionled
I am trying to create a dropdown menu with relative, absolute positioning and with the 'visibility feature'.
The menu collapses on me as you can see. I have tried to set the 'li' tag with a class to make it the bed for my absolutely positioned dropdown menu but it does not work. I have spend several hours on this. I need help. Please.
Anyone can help?
Here's the HTML code that make the menu
<nav> <ul> <li><a href="#">Home</a></li> <li><a href="#">About us</a></li>
im having trouble building the right menu i need, its a jquery lavalamp, with 3 level dropdown submenus,
ive found a lot of open source code out there but none really matched my needs, ive started modifying some of them but i always run into some problems.
im getting very close using the code found here http://premiumcoding.com/jquery-dropdown-lavalamp-menu/
ive improved it if anyone is interested in using my version.
ive fixed the anoying queuing of dropdowns,
I'm including some images, because describing it may be futile.
Simply, I'm trying to create a menu with dropdowns that use background images that are called when hovered over. The background images would be extensions of the main menu image (color palette).