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Wierd Problem with dropdown menu item width greater than 340

  • When I make the width of the dropdown menu greater than 340 px, I start seeing the part of grey icons of a man, dollar sign and the equal sign on the left side. I identified the image as a part of wordpress/wp-content/themes/graphene/images/sprite_master.png. The greater the width, the more of the image is exposed. Unfortunately I can’t keep it this way for a long time.

    The web site URL is http://www.nautilus-intl.com

    How can I troubleshoot this problem?

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  • … The image is actually Creative Commons license logo, most likely taken from wordpress/wp-content/themes/graphene/images/sprite_master.png.

    Looks like a mapping problem in style.css:

    #header-menu > li.menu-item-ancestor > a {
    	background: url(images/sprite_master.png) -877px -236px no-repeat transparent;
    	padding-left: 26px;
    }

    and maybe the way to resolve would be to move the “>” symbol in sprite_master.png to a different spot. Otherwise the biggest area the menu item can take is about 323 by 58 px without rolling on other “sprites”.

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