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  • #4259

    I’m having problems with my pulldown menus. See http://philmethodist.com/ and image below.

    - If you move the mouse pointer over a link, only the top half part of a link is clickable (mouse pointer becomes active). The bottom-half part of a link is unclickable (mouse pointer is inactive).

    I tried firebug, but I just couldn’t seem to identify which attribute controls this. Thanks for all your help!

    pulldown.jpg

    #45638

    Hey,

    to be honest I couldn’t find the css error too. Try to upload the original style.css file. If this solves the problem we can compare the changes….

    #45639

    Thanks for your suggestion Dude! I tried uploading the original style.css but nothing happened. As it turned out the problem was in the style1.css file.

    Which part of style1.css is causing this? I remember I modified this file when I adjusted the header, replaced the logo and adjusted the navigation menus, and that’s when the problem began. Here’s the link again (with the original style1/css):

    http://philmethodist.com/

    Thanks again for all your help!

    #45640

    Dude,

    Please disregard my previous post. After probing further into style1.css I found the problem. It’s this code that I added after line 85 of the original style1.css that is causing the problem:

    #top .nav a{

    height:30px;

    line-height:30px;

    display:block;

    padding:10 21px;

    text-decoration:none;

    text-align:left;

    outline:none;

    z-index:35;

    top:25px;

    position:relative;

    float:left;

    }

    I took it off. All I really wanted to do is to be able to move the navigation menus a little bit lower. Is there’s a simpler way to do that? Thanks again!

    #45641

    Hey,

    just adjust the top value of the code you posted above. Change top:25px to a higer or lower value.

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