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    Junior Member William Rill's Avatar
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    Hey guys, first off I would like to say hello! I am new here, and trying to get my company website completed for a launch!

    Coming to you guys for help! The problem is, on our website - the dropdown menu under "About" and "Services" has a flicker. It is more noticible under the "About." This just looks sloppy and has to be fixed.

    I contacted the company we bought the theme from, and they explained that we would need to customize the template (obviously) and that we need a Wordpress CSS Plugin (which did not work very well, and screwed up the layout of the nav-bar). Does anyone know of, or can think of a solution? Maybe peek into the website source and figure out the problem and a fix?

    Any help would be great! Thanks again, and nice to meet you all!


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    Senior Member Ronald Roe's Avatar
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    I tried it in Chrome, FF and IE9. Looks fine to me.
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    Junior Member William Rill's Avatar
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    Very odd. My partner is using Safari, and i'm on FF. and more times than not, it has a flicker like affect. Of course when I seek help, the problem doesn't show. I can still see it, and so can my partner. This would happen to me! Can anyone see the problem? The flicker the drop down menu has?

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    It's there, but it's subtle.
    The code is in your wp-content/themes/luxury/luxury/js/menusm.js file, at about line 27 and 32 -

    $('.menusm li').hover(function(){

    The numbers in red are the number of nanoseconds it takes for each element in the submenu to slide down and up from behind the one above.
    Try changing the numbers (for goodness sake save a copy of the file as it stands before you change anything!) and play with various numbers - smaller is faster and larger is slower.
    I'm not sure if this will work if you're developing on WAMP or MAMP on your local machine, you may have to play with it online.
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