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Re: [ydn-javascript] tricky yuimenubar question

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  • Todd Kloots
    kevinmccalley Are you building your Menu from existing markup or completely from script. If the former, do you have the first-of-type CSS class names
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      "kevinmccalley"

      Are you building your Menu from existing markup or completely from
      script. If the former, do you have the first-of-type CSS class names
      applied in the correct places in the markup before you call the MenuBar
      constructor? Lastly, can you provide a URL to a simple example that
      illustrates the problem?

      Thanks,
      Todd



      kevinmccalley wrote:
      >
      > I am using a YUI horizontal menu bar, and for the most part, all of
      > the elements seem to render very nicely.
      >
      > but the first-of-type item (yuimenubaritem first-of-type) does not
      > initially position itself where it should -- once the page loads, it
      > inconveniently moves to the top-left of the screen.
      >
      > then when the mouse is first moved by the user, the menubar item pops
      > into the correct place.
      >
      > any ideas as to why this might be happening?
      >
      > anyone know how to fix this?
      >
      > firefox renders the menubar perfectly -- this problem only occurs in IE.
      >
      >
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