Can’t find the sidebar, did you remove it?
@andrew which sidebar are you talking about ,i didn’t remove anything?
Sorry I don’t know why I typed that.
Do you know if the CSS applied to the sub-menu is through jQuery?
i dont know but its not working in internet explorer what should i do for this ?
Are you using a plugin for the drop-down?
no ,its just a template i just made a category page and drag it under the menu “procurement services”.
Well I can’t find what’s applying visibility to your drop down menu on hover, but here are some conflicting selectors that won’t work in perhaps IE8, but definitely not IE8 below;
#topnav li:hover ul, #topnav li li:hover ul, #topnav li li li:hover ul, #topnav li li li li:hover ul
Hello Thanks for this reply but can you help me bit more i mean can you make it compatible just give me a brief idea or structure.
The CSS pseudo selectors need to use compatible elements, such as anchor tags.
#topnav li a:hover ul
But this implies the hierarchical structure should be
<ul> <li> <a> <ul> <li> </li> </ul> </a> </li> </ul>
Do you know which function you’re using to create the menu?
Instead of re-writing the HTML structure, you could use jQuery to select and apply CSS to cross-browser compatibility standards.
You may still then need to add
tablesto your drop-down elements for further structure.
As you can see, there is not a simple answer and browser compatibility is difficult to custom to.
You can follow the structure on this menu used here
which is browser compatible from IE 5.5
<?php wp_nav_menu( array(
‘container’ => ‘ul’,
‘menu_class’ => ”,
‘menu_id’ => ‘topnav’,
‘depth’ => 0,
‘sort_column’ => ‘menu_order’,
‘fallback_cb’ => ‘nav_page_fallback’,
‘theme_location’ => ‘mainmenu’
<div class=”clear”></div><!– clear float –>
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