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    Hello!

    I've run into an issue with the dropdown menu on a site I'm working on. I'm using a dreamweaver spryassets styled menu for this. The dropdown functions properly in safari, chrome, and firefox but not in IE. In IE the border of the dropdown shows but nothing else. Here is a link to the site:

    http://www.aloi.com/testsite/index.html

    I'm stumped! Can anyone point me in the right direction here?!

    Thanks in advance for any help!

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    What version of IE ? Ie6, ie7, ie8 , ie9 ... ?

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    IE 9 - Only the drop down border was visible
    IE 8 - No drop down visible
    IE 7 - No drop down visible
    I was not able to test IE 6

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    Well, lets see.

    From what I can see its code based on the html5 standard, whic IE8 and ie9 don't support CSS dropdown a without using conditional statements and a little table work.

    But since I'm on an iPhone ... The server side scripting may be detecting I'm on a mobile browser and not inserting the proper code.

    But you've got multiple CSS stylesheets ... Which means multiple chances for comflicts. Again, I'm on a phone so not sure why all those CSS files are needed.

    Have you tried opening the developer tool on IE9... Forcing it into quirk mode browser mode and see if it works ? If it works in quirks mode, then perhaps it can be fixed . Open the page in IE9 press the f12 key, developer should open and you should be able to see a way to adjust the browser ...

    Then you can select the individual CSS attributes as you move through the code... And if there are any conflict between the different CSS files, it should show you.

    Chore also has an element inspector to show you redundant and potentially conflicting code on your CSS, but since ie is your problem child today, use the developer tools for ie to isolate the issue.


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