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Drop Down Menu Alignment in Internet Explorer Pushed Left

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  • #1251

    lance85
    Member

    Hi everybody,

    First of all major props on the theme! I really like it’s simplicity and modern design.

    Site is : brightnutritioninc.com
    Pass: BN123 (temporary until we’re ready to go live)

    In Firefox, Chrome, etc everything is working just fine. When I hover over the parent nav menus the drop down shows perfectly.

    In Internet Explorer 9 and 10 the drop down works but is pushed all the way to the left. I can’t seem to figure out why.

    Any thoughts?

    Here’s the CSS for the site:

    nav{position:relative;margin-top:10px;background-color:#FFD200;background-image:url(images/nav-bg.png);background-repeat:repeat-x;clear:both}
    nav ul.menu{padding-left:0px;}
    nav .parent > a, nav .parent > a:hover{background-image:url(images/arrow.png);background-position:right;background-repeat:no-repeat}
    nav ul ul .parent > a, nav ul ul .parent:hover > a:hover, nav ul ul li:hover ul .parent > a, nav ul ul li:hover ul .parent > a:hover{background-image:url(images/arrow-right.png);background-position:right;background-repeat:no-repeat}
    nav ul, nav ul li{display:inline;}
    nav ul li a{display:inline-block;font-family: Futura Light, Futura-Medium, "Futura Medium", "Century Gothic", CenturyGothic, "Apple Gothic", AppleGothic, "URW Gothic L", "Avant Garde", sans-serif;font-size:17px;font-weight:normal;color:#000000;line-height:37px;text-decoration:none;padding:0 15px;}
    nav ul.menu li a{width:100px}
    nav ul li a:hover{color:#000000;text-decoration:none;background:#FFE693;}
    nav .current-menu-item a, nav .current_page_item a{background:#FFE693;}
    nav .current-menu-item .sub-menu a, nav .current_page_item .children a{background:#FFE693;}
    nav ul > li:first-child a:hover{color:#000000;}
    nav .sub-menu li a, nav .children li a{border:thin solid #7aa6d0;border-radius:0 !important}
    nav li .sub-menu{margin-left:0;}
    nav ul li{position:relative;}
    nav li ul{display:none;position:absolute;top:auto;left:auto;}
    nav li ul a{background:#FFE693;}
    nav ul ul li:hover ul, nav ul ul ul li:hover ul{top:-2px;margin-left:192px}
    nav ul li:hover ul{display:inline-block}
    nav ul ul, nav ul li:hover ul ul, nav ul ul li:hover ul ul{display:none}
    nav ul li:hover ul, nav ul ul li:hover ul, nav ul ul ul li:hover ul{display:block;z-index: 2147483647}
    nav ul li:hover ul li a, nav ul ul li:hover ul li a, nav ul ul ul li:hover ul li a{font-size:13px;line-height:30px;width:165px;padding:0 14px;margin:-1px 0 0;opacity:1.0}
    nav ul li:hover ul li a{}
    nav ul ul li:hover ul li a{}
    nav ul ul ul li:hover ul li a{}
    nav ul li:hover ul li a:hover, nav ul ul li:hover ul li a:hover, nav ul ul ul li:hover ul li a:hover{background:#FFD220;}

    Thanks!

    #1252

    StartupWP
    Support

    Update:

    nav li ul{display:none;position:absolute;top:auto;left:auto;}

    to:

    nav li ul{display:none;position:absolute;top:auto;left:0;}

    #1253

    lance85
    Member

    Thank you so much! Wow so simple … I’ve been stuck on this for a few weeks!

    #1254

    StartupWP
    Support

    You’re welcome.

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