The page submenus on our site http://rhalpc.org/dev are working fine in FF, Safari - but not in IE (only checked IE6 so far - haven't checked later versions). I'm wondering if they're "hiding" behind the banner image, which we defined as a custom field. Any CSS wizardry you could provide would be greatly appreciated!
Aug 7, 2009, 06:38 PM
3,768 posts · Oct 2008
It works in IE7
In IE6 the image is covered probably due to the div.clickable.
<div class="clickable"><a class="divclick" href="http://www.rhalpc.org/" title="Regional Housing Alliance of La Plata County"> </a>
That is a hack to make the otherwise empty container with the rotating background images clickable. It doesn't look as if you'd need that, you should instead make that static image clickable with an ordinary
<a href="http://www.rhalpc.org/" title="Regional Housing Alliance of La Plata County"><img src="http://www.rhalpc.org/wp-content/themes/atahualpa/images/header/banner_durango_5.jpg" /></a>
If removing the red code above alone does not help, try giving the menu bar position:relative.
Sep 9, 2009, 10:17 AM
25 posts · Jul 2009
I appear to be having the same problem with IE6 not showing drop down menus in combination with the clickable banner back to the home page.
Unfortunately, I do not understand the answer given.