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Old August 25th, 2009, 04:13 AM
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Default Chapter 7. Unable to get sub menu to display correctly

I have followed all the steps to style the menu control and copied the css file from the source directory. After completing the Try It Out exercise starting on page 249 my parent menu items have been styled correctly, but the child items remain white and no text or link is detected on them. In have cross referenced the source HTML I am generating with that from the published Planet Wrox site and I cannot see any reason why this is happening. ANy ideas would be greatly appreciated.

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Sorry, should have searched forum properlly first. I discovered it was an issue with .NET in XP and have installed the Hotfix whioch has resolved the issue.

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Excellent; glad you got it working...

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I am having the same issue. Where can I find the hotfix?
 
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Hi there,

Take a look here: IE8 and the Menu

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Imar,

Again, Thanks for the freaky fast help.

Do you sleep?

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At night, yes.....
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I just wondered because last time you helped me it was around 6 or 7pm EST in the states which would have made it 2-3 am there? And you replied in less than 10 minutes. Just an observation.
 
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6 EST is midnight where I live: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldcloc...0&sec=0&p1=179

(Look under Amsterdam; all cities in Holland are in the same timezone)

Not early, but not in the middle of the night either ;-)

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