Ok, so I found this really great fish eye menu on CSS Dock Menu and it worked great on my web page, but when I tried inserting the “bottom menu” into a table, it did not work, it kept on appearing on the bottom of the page. Is there any way I can insert it inside a table, that is not on the bottom of the page? PLEASE HELP SOON & Thanks!!

Hi HelpMEnowPLZ. Welcome to SitePoint. :slight_smile:

We will need to see what you have done / what you are working on to be able to help. Do you have a page link?

I assumed you removed the position:absolute:bottom :0 from the css styles for that element?

#dock2 {
   /* bottom: 0;
    left: 0;
    position: absolute;*/

    width: 100%;


I have not published the site, will do after I’m certain of it being error free! Thanks though.

I did now, and… IT WORKS! Thanks! I will post/reply to this thread if I have any future problems regarding this Fish Eye Menu’s CSS files.

Okay! that worked, but now I was wondering if I could make the menu pop-up (on mouse over) and align in the middle, instead of top like it is now. Is that possible?
…and is it possible to change how large an image gets on ‘mouse over’?
Please reply soon & thanks for your last reply it helped a lot!


Without access to your code it will be very difficult to help. I can make suggestions based on the original menu you linked to but that would be ahit and miss depending on how you have implemented it.

The best thing for you to do is to put up a demo for testing (which you should do anyway as sites always behave differently when online anyway due to latency issues).

Otherwise we would need full css and html and links to all the images used, or perhaps attach a working zip file.