Pretty tough to pinpoint the problem with so little informations.
A Screenshot of how its supposed to look might help.
Edit: Might have found your problem, inside your main div you open two primary div’s but only the second one gets closed and the not closed first one messes up your whole html structure in the progress. I think that missing closing tag is wrapped inside some tumblr block that doesnt get executed, some if block maybe. Also if you use that primary div more than once you should consider changing it from “id” to “class” for validation purposes.Hope that helps.
Hey thanks for the help!
It’s taking shape now
But when I apply the padding-top, one part of sub nav is on the very front and I don’t like that.
1. Cuando trato de pasar del menu al submenu, el submenu desaparece.
2. ¿Hay alguna forma de que un “div” con posicionamiento de “absolute” se pueda poner en frente de algún otro “div”, y al reves (o sea, que se vaya para atras)?
Thanks, CROZER .
You have that bounce effect because you’ve set an easing effect. Open your scripts.js file and find the easing effector easeOutBounce you’ve added. If you don’t want it, simply remove it.
OK. I like that!
But, the real problem is when I’m trying to got from a Menu Item to a Submenu, the submenu disappears if you make the mouse movement slow. Sorry for my English.
agodesa saidCrozer means that without seeing the actual code (not what language you’re using), it is very difficult to help you out.
Without showing your code it’s really hard for us to help you.
Sorry.I’m using HTML /CSS and JS (But I prefer to do this on CSS )
OK. Here it is:
Hello TF Community,
I need help on Div Arraignment Help. I have a Menu, this menu has a Sub Menu. When I hover an item that has Sub Menu, the Sub Menu has a bounce effect, and it shows up in front the Menu. Can I say to this Sub Menu to go Backwards?
(Sorry for my English).