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xiaomei chensubmenus invisible in Chrome, but ok with firefox and safari
by on Apr 4, 2011 at 6:57:31 am

I found my website's submenu invisible in Chromes, though they work fine at FF and Sarafi. I wonder how i can fix it.

Here is the web address:

http://www.chenxphoto.com

Thanks a lot for your help!

Xiaomei


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Mike SmithRe: submenus invisible in Chrome, but ok with firefox and safari
by on Apr 5, 2011 at 3:29:03 pm

It looks like in Chrome the Flash player is sitting on top of your js menu flyouts. Does this link help you ? http://www.cssplay.co.uk/menus/flyout_flash.html

Of course you also have some css and html validation errors which would be worth looking at ... http://validator.w3.org/unicorn/check?ucn_uri=http://www.chenxphoto.com%2F&...


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xiaomei chenRe: submenus invisible in Chrome, but ok with firefox and safari
by on Apr 5, 2011 at 7:21:58 pm

Hi, Mike,

Thanks a lot! I added to both flash object and embed code, but still it doesn't work. I also tried adding z-index...still it doesn't work. It is the same: works fine with firefox and safari, but not in chrome.

Any other factor that could make it not working in Chrome?

Thanks a zillion!


Xiaomei


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Mike SmithRe: submenus invisible in Chrome, but ok with firefox and safari
by on Apr 5, 2011 at 8:28:38 pm

Does this thread hold the key ?
http://www.telerik.com/community/forums/aspnet-ajax/menu/css-menus-in-chrom...


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Richard WilliamsRe: submenus invisible in Chrome, but ok with firefox and safari
by on Apr 5, 2011 at 9:42:08 pm

nowhere on your page have you added the transparency codes...

look here at this thread for an explaination of how to enter the code. SWFs will always take front position in some browsers, its the way they work, you have to tell it not to thats all. If you are showing the SWF through an iframe then you need to apply the rules to the page where the SWF is embedded, if it is embedded into the page normally, then this you do it on that page. If transparency does not work, change the word transparency to opaque instead and that will work. On your example link, this is not the case, there is no code change.

Your code though has many errors, you need to do some work on your CSS and layouts because your page is all over the place depending on the versions of browsers you use.

Richard Williams
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xiaomei chenRe: submenus invisible in Chrome, but ok with firefox and safari
by on Apr 5, 2011 at 10:12:05 pm

Hi, Richards,

Thanks a lot. I did the code changes in my local file, haven't uploaded it yet, because it still didn't work when I test it at the local computer.

I am sure I made a lot of mistake in my css codes. I am not a web developer at all, just a photographer trying to build my own website. But any recommendations concerning where I could learn more about CSS?

I tried many different things, including your suggestions and others I found on line. Tt still doesn't work...

And if you have time, here is what I have now

Thanks again

Xiaomei


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xiaomei chenRe: submenus invisible in Chrome, but ok with firefox and safari
by on Apr 15, 2011 at 6:32:16 am

Hi, Everyone,

I finally got time to work on my site today. I followed your advice and it works now. What is strange is it still doesn't work at the chrome in my computer, even after I cleared the cache, but it works fine with my friend's chrome in their computers. The same version of Chrome.

Any way, I'd like to thank you all.

Xiaomei


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