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  1. Good Morning , Ive added a menu bar into my test site and it displays fine on desktop , but experiencing issues on phones and tablets . The menu bar does responds and fits to the relevant size of the screen, however the drop down button / link stays at the top in the main part of the nav bar instead of dropping into the relevant order of menu links . Please see the issue here http://www.jrstech.co.uk/OrginalHCForum/ Please could anyone provide some help, i'm sure I've missed something simple ! Thank you for your help in advance . here is my code for the menu bar :
  2. Hi, I am using w3css top navigation bar using a drop down menu. I would like to have a multilevel drop down menu for some of the items. I would like that each season opens up to another submenu where I can display eg, the years pictures or blogs etc. At the moment the code for the html and css is eg, HTML <div class="dropdown"> <button class="dropbtn"><strong>History</strong></button> <div class="dropdown-content"> <a href="#">Season2016</a> <a href="#">Season 2017
  3. Hi, in this hover dropdown menu example (https://www.w3schools.com/howto/tryi...ropdown_navbar), the menu words are aligned left starting from 'Home'. Where do you place the 'text-align: center' statement in the coding to shift all the words towards the center of the navigation bar? Somehow it isn't as simple as it seems to me. For your benefit, I attach sample coding in example.html. Thanks for your advice. example.html
  4. I have tried with various ways to make a selection of an option from a dropdown menu using jquery. Here is the menu: <select class="dropdown"> <option value="08:00">08:00</option> <option value="08:30">08:30</option> <option value="09:00">09:00</option> <option value="09:30">09:30</option> <option value="10:00">10:00</option> </select> I have tried various js codes but I cannot make it work-he
  5. Internet Explorer (even 9) has been nothing but a royal and complete pain in the *** thus far. I finally got a dropdown menu working via CSS and it works great in Firefox and Chrome. However! There's one major problem.. When ever I add a list-style-image or even a list-style-type tag, it appears above everything in Internet Explorer. I'll post the code below, and if anyone can figure out this problem or how to fix it i'll sign my soul to you. PLEASE READ: To see the list effects, I have only added them to two areas at the moment. Diablo 3's "Class Guide" menu and the sub-menu "Barbarian" shou
  6. I've been working on this for a while and I've had varying levels of success but have not been able to achieve what I'm after so far. I'm looking to do this with CSS, no jquery or anything like it. I followed the "Son of Suckerfish" tutorial and that got me somewhat there, but when I tried to make the 2nd level dropdown, it started getting all funky and I haven't been able to figure it out. Not to mention, it isn't working properly in IE9 or FF, only Chrome and Safari (for Windows). Below is the design view of the dropdown navigation: So far, I've gotten it most of the way, but the 2nd level a
  7. Does anyone know how to get this dropdown working, i got the first submenu to work but im not getting the third one to work at allThis is the CSS im using to make it work well partly work: <style type="text/css"><!--#menu {margin:0px;padding:0px;}#menu ul {margin:0px;padding:0px;line-height:25px;}#menu li {margin:0px;padding:0px;list-style:none;float:left;position:relative;background:#ABABAB;}#menu ul li a {text-align:center;text-decoration:none;height:30px;width:100px;display:block;color:#E5E5E5;border:1px solid #fff;text-shadow:1px 1px 1px #000;}#menu ul ul {position:absolute;visi
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