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javascript: menu position in ie


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Diego8

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I'm using the famous script ypSlideOutMenus to make my web site's menu.
To build the menu i use a function which has various parameters, two of them are left position and top position.

In firefox i have left = 160 and top = 140 (resolution of 800x600) and the menu appears in the position i want it to, but in ie i have to use left = -10 (negative position, can you believe it? :tazz: ) to make it appear in the same position. I aslo had to modify the top but the difference wasn't as much as the left.

Do you know why internet explorer does that?

Edited by Diego8, 22 February 2006 - 05:02 PM.

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There was something wrong in the code (a </div> tag was missing), now its fine. Nevertheless i don't know why that caused to show up the menu in a different position.
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