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DIV tag prblm in MAC...URGNT

 
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Hello ALL
can anyone help me in the browser ompatibility issue...the problm is we have got menus and sub-menus in the HTML page..on mouse over of the menus the sub-menus will be displayed...it is displyed corectly in netscape on MAC mchn..but the same is not displaying in IE5.1 in MAC....no prblms with windows..only in mac i face this...on lick of the menus nothing is coming...
iam using a <div> tag to load the sub menus dynamically...
can anyone help me plz its very very urgent
thnx in advc
ZEUS
 
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Sheesh, so much for being omnipotent...
Almighty Zeus,
We don't have many rules at JavaRanch, but the one that we do have is a naming policy, which also applies to deities. Please change your display name to something a bit more mortal in order to comply with this policy. Thanks in advance, and please don't smite me.
 
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Is this more urgent than the question in servlets that was also marked urgent? I only have time to work on one and I need to know which one to apply my efforts to!
 
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Tom, no this isn't. "URGNT" messages are statistically of lower urgency than "Urgent" and "URGENT" messages. Then again, this goes over the "URgNEt" message we have waiting in the pipeline.
 
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"on lick of the menus nothing is coming"
Is this why the Mac has very loyal fans?
[ October 02, 2003: Message edited by: Thomas Paul ]
 
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Hang on - we have two different priority levels in this request. Are we supposed to treat this as "URGNT" or "very very urgent"? Perhaps we should urgently look at the priority classification problem!
 
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well without code, this JavaScript God can not answer your question since I do not have god-like powers to read Zeus's mind.
 
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Not to mention that Zeus needs a new keyboard, as he seems to be missing at least one letter out of each word.
Can you really run IE5.1 on a MAC?
 
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Originally posted by Cindy Glass:
Not to mention that Zeus needs a new keyboard, as he seems to be missing at least one letter out of each word.
Can you really run IE5.1 on a MAC?


I think that just proves how URGNT this question is. He didn't even have time to type all the letters.
And Zues, just tell your users not to use MAC and IE 5.1. Problem solved.
Being the god that you are, you should be able to fdictate that to your users.
Mark
 
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