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    Odd vBulletin DHTML menu behaviour ?

    As you can see the DHTML menu placement is wrong. I believe itīs something in my website CSS, but no idea what it can be.

    Change the style at bottom left of the forum to see the same template without the site design integrated and it works correctly.

    Both website and forum html and css validates correctly.

    Thanks
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    I think position:relative on #sidehoved is causing that.

    The absolute positioning of the menus is based on #sidehoved, not body because of it.

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    What would you recommend I do to fix it ? I checked your link, but donīt know exactly what Iīm looking for.

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    Other than modifying the menu script, you could remove position:relative from #sidehoved, but you would probably need to change the CSS rule for #footer if you add an element with id="footer".

    The second and third articles listed under "Absolute and Relative Positioning" explain what I said.
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    Got it !!!

    I removed position: relative from the "sidehoved - now it works !

    Thanks a lot, Iīm removing the URL, for privacy to my client - thanks again. Anyone needs to see it PM me.


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