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  • Resolved iceq



    Please look at my blog and see how dropdown subpage links (of the second page at the top) appear behind the blue header image.

    How can I fix this? I am using Mobipress theme


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  • Corbett


    Hi Iceq,

    In your style.css sheet take a look at your “.topright” variable.

    .topright {
    font-family:Tahoma ,Century gothic,Verdana,Tahoma,sans-serif;
    margin:0px 0px;
    background:url(images/topright.jpg) no-repeat;

    –>You need to change your overflow from hidden to visible.

    Good luck!



    Aaah at last my savior comes 😀

    Thank you my friend, I deeeeeeeeply appreciate your help, and your solution works just PERFECTLY !

    there should be some kind of crediting system in these forums, so we can credit quality supporters like you …


    Hey drknowsystems.

    Sadly, that change turned to be causing negative effects.
    The sub-pages do indeed appear above the header image now, but there is a strange very long horizontal scrolling, at the end of it, appear the two sub-pages of the last page that appear in the menu.

    Please consider viewing my blog again now (after I applied your fix), and notice that the page scrolls to the right for a long spave and then appear two subpages.

    This happens in Firefox and IE (latest versions)

    I wish you have a solution to this.


    Corbett could you please answer my question above ?

    and btw, is this your website:


    Bumping the topic after 2 weeks



    Hi Iceq,

    Many apologies for not getting back to you sooner. I didn’t see your subsequent question. Not sure what the issue is. I don’t see what you are seeing. Please post screenshot if possible.


    You mean you do not experience the problem? but I see it even on various computers.. these two screenshots again explain it all

    THank you everybody. especially Drknowsystems. I have managed to overcome the problem with the help of Interstice Solutions:

    The solution is this:

    The solution was to do the -999 to the *right*, and to also adjust the hover state to have a *right* positioning of ‘auto’ (rather than left)

    #menu li ul {
    position: absolute;
    width: 150px;

    #menu li:hover ul {
    right: auto;
    display: block;

    Recently, i have problem.
    I have social dropdown plug-in, but it has no dropdown features.
    I still can’t know what the problem is.
    Do i add wrong plug-ins
    My blog

    your question is not quite clear my friend

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