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John SmithAnother IE Spry menu issue ...
by on Jan 29, 2013 at 8:11:34 am

Hi - and can only apologise for yes another spry issue - but cannot find a solution to this one:

Page: http://www.mudtech.co.uk/products.html

The central menu appears and links fine in all bar IE. Problem is the links only work in IE when you click on the very right hand side.
The same problem on all the separate product menus but as I set them up together one fix should fix all. I am presuming either a width or z positioning issue.

Any help greatly appreciated.


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Curtis ThompsonRe: Another IE Spry menu issue ...
by on Jan 29, 2013 at 10:59:49 pm

hello...

which item on the page is the menu? i'm not seeing any issues in ie...

sitruc


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John SmithRe: Another IE Spry menu issue ...
by on Jan 29, 2013 at 11:36:36 pm

Hi Curtis - thanks for replying.

It is not a visual prob - all looks as it should be.
It is the spry list underneath the block of colour rectangular links - starting AERO-32 ..., ANTIFOAM etc ... if you click on each product as it highlights it should link to a new page detailing each individual product.
If you view the source code you can see the linked pages.
I am told these links are not working in IE.
Everything works fine in safari/chrome/firefox.

The left hand spry menu works fine also

Any helpful hints appreciated as not experienced this one before.

Many thanks
John


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Curtis ThompsonRe: Another IE Spry menu issue ...
by on Jan 30, 2013 at 2:56:22 am

hello...

just as a top-level guess (i.e. without digging into code much), it seems that your culprit might be that you have a full table inside each href - so this:


<a href="PRODUCTS/aero-32.html">

AERO-32
High performance super-concentrated drilling formula


</a></li>


i'd not be surprised if that made ie grumpy. i would likely just do a div and make an onclick action for it as opposed to an href wrapping around the table...although even that then wouldn't be followable by a search engine robot. so perhaps just make each cell's content a link?

i don't use spry menu, but in this case i wouldn't think you'd need anything like it - a simple table as you have it, but with links inside tables instead of the other way around should do the trick...

sitruc


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