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Hein
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WAAAAAAAAWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW , Man i hate IE6 , it’s driving me crazy. Been working (debugging) all day and still no success.

Pfff, i wish themeforest would dropped the support for ie6 really soon because it’s driving me completely mad.

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CreativeMilk
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Well Hein as of 1 oktober(i think) TF will not support IE6 anymore ;)

But whats the problem?

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Hein
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Hi Mark,

The problem is that i want to ad this dropdown from Soh Tanaka to a shopping theme I’ve made for themeforest and i’ve uploaded it yesterday and it got rejected because the dropdown starts open on IE6 and some minor bugs, these are all solved only the part that the dropdown starts open.

I can’t find the solution for that, maybe i need to find another dropdown navigation for this theme. I’ll look for another tomorrow.

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CreativeMilk
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Do you have a link to you live preview?

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kevinsturf
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Well I believe one of our authors here used it. I’ll look for the template for you, will post back here soon.

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PixelBin
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Maybe set it to { display: none } and then display it with Javascript when the user clicks the arrow?

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Hein
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Thx guys,

i’ll post a link to the live preview tomorrow, i’ve had enough for today.

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CreativeMilk
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Maybe set it to { display: none } and then display it with Javascript when the user clicks the arrow?

Well i though this to, maybe Hein has the display:none tag in his CSS file but it can help to place a display:none directly in the HTML tag, i had had a similar problem a while back with ShittyExplorer.

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Hein
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Here the link guys, http://www.heinmaas.com/files/shopping/ i’ve tried the display:none and even the visibility:hidden inside the ie6.css but no effect, when i use the hidden tag then it stays hidden and wont show at all.

I hope you guys have a clue or an idea how to solve this. it’s the only thing that’s stopping me from submitting. It look great in all browsers except IE6

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dtbaker
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When I load that link in IE6 everything looks fine.

Although I’m running IE8 as well so this might not be “true” IE6 .

It’s not something simply like IE6 is caching your old buggy code?

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