JQuery :: Superfish Drop Down Menu - Drop Down Menus Seem To Flash On Screen For Just A Second And Then Disappear?
Nov 4, 2011
i'm having with a superfish menu i have tried to add to my wordpress site.The menu seems to work fine for the base-level (top parent pages) menu items.But the drop down menus seem to flash on screen for just a second and then disappear when the mouse hovers over the menu items.To see an example, please check out the top menu on this temporary development page: http:[url].....I have tried adjusting the z-index in superfish.css file but it doesn't seem to be having any effect.
I have a menu that I've already set up with ALA's CSS Sprites2.I have to add a drop down menu into the mix. What would be the best way to achieve this, or rather what would I need to change in the Superfish scripts to get this to work?
I have successfully installed superfish-powered drop-down menus in my horizontal nav bar, but I get an irritating (and inconsistent) issue when I click on a nav link: the drop-down menus briefly "flash" down as the new page loads. In fact the page as a whole flashes. This behavior only occurs in IE8 (haven't tried 7) - Firefox, Safari,Chrome are all fine. The url is: peacefulnations.org
I have this bug which i have spent ages to fix it but i still cannot understand why it happens... this is the html code,
the bug is at the third level of this drop down menu. sometimes u can see the third level menu and sometimes u see all of the third menus at once. sometimes u can select the item in the third menu easily sometimes these third menus just disappear... if u dont know what i m trying to explain above, here is the link, [URL] if u hover on the Work then go down to one of the drop down items, then u will see the third level menu. if u do the hover a few times, then u will see the bug...
I've got 4 subnav buttons; each has at least a sub menu; some subs have a subsub menu. My problem is, if I mouseover one of the four main subnav buttons, and then DO NOT choose a sub menu option, but instead mouseover (say) the next of the four buttons, the first sub menu stays displayed.
This only happens if I'm mousing horizontally across the buttons -- i.e., if I mouseover a button, move the mouse pointer above the button, the menu will disappear as it should and it all works correctly.
I've attached a screenshot illustrating how all 4 menus can be open at once.
This is a snippet of the relevant navigation html (2 buttons only):
I have this page, the superfish menu does not show over the google earth plugin but under! This problem is happening in IE8 and Google Chrome. To run the following code run it under localhost (that is the domain registered with the google earth api key)
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head>
The are two drop down boxes, the first one populating the second (state/county --> town)The first box is single choice, the second is multiple choice. I'm looking for a script that would be able to deal with generating the code for all possible values that could be chosen in the second drop down box.The drop down boxes are part of a form which allow people to search for educational courses within areas of a state/county.
i am using brother cake drop down menu script for my college website, however below the drop down menu is a flash, the problem is the drop down menu cannot shown over the flash area, it appears as being cut, any body can help me?
In internet explorer I have no problems. I literally just taught myself flash so I am hoping there is an easy fix that I am not finding. I did not design or create the template for the original site, I am just upgrading and adding features to improve what was already there.
I am trying to make a form where the user is only able to select an option from one of the drop down menus and if they click both then submit an error should pop up telling them to select just one. Now I have found this code:
the first problem is that my menu must be named "id2" which causes a problem due to the bracketed 2 and the 2 after. Is there any way around that?the second problem I forsee is that this will only work with 1 drop down box being unselected. I need a code that will give the warning if nothing is selected OR if something is selected in both drop downs.
I currently have a Drop-Down menu, which has headers you click on to show the links. This menu only allows one drop to be expanded at a time, and can be viewed here [url].
I would like the headers to be able to have 'sub-headers' inside, which also drop-down,to reveal the links. I want them to have a different header colour, and to have the same rule where only one can be open at a time. while keeping the rule with the main headers.
In addition to an accordion-related problem in IE (URL...), I'm having a headache regarding drop down menus.this is only in IE (version 8) - every other browser in the known galaxy responds well to the JS and the HTML setup.The idea is there's a horizontal nav bar of five 'blocks', each with a heading. Hover over the heading and the 'block' (actually an <li>) extends to accommodate a small sentence underneath with a link. Hover off, and the block shrinks back to its original form, with the link hidden.All good in FF, Opera, Safari, Chrome. In IE, though, the <li> block doesn't extend - the link is shown beneath it, but it's outside its frame and looks awful.
I've used the ajax function to load in data like "click the submit button, ajax executes output.php and throws in back into a div tag in theform.php."
But what if I have a multiple dropdown menus that submit the form and need to be reloaded depending on the previous dropdown menu's value? How would I set up the ajax so those are loaded without a refresh?
If you hover over the 'Shop' menu in the main navigation, all of the second sub menus appear under 'Illustration', 'Apparel', 'Lifestlye', but then jump back when you hover over each sub menu. I would just like list the 'Illustration', 'Apparel', 'Lifestlye', menus to appear when you hover over the parent 'Shop' menu but then reveal each second sub menu in turn when you hover over their respective sub menus. Can anyone help? Hope that makes sense
I am using the Superfish Module and have been able to successfully install and use it. The problem I am having is that the sub menus are being drawn behind the banner / header area and therefore you are not able to see them or click on them.
Please let me know whether to change the index.php or .css file to see
the drop down menus properly. Following are details you might need [code]...
I'm currently redesigning my site, and I have a small quandary.[URL].. Unfortunately, not everyone has the same size monitor as me, therefore sometimes the drop-down menus get cut off. Is there a way with this script for it to auto-detect if it's going past the bottom edge, and when this happens it'll go upwards instead?
HTML Code: <td><select name="actionrequest" onchange="Select(this,'budget',1);"> <option value="Calibration">Calibration</option> <option value="calibration and repair">Calibration and Repair</option> <option value="repair">Repair</option>
On my website the navigation is at the top and right aligned. When you hover over the items on the right and the drop downs begin to appear they drop down and fold out to the right and consequently off the page and not very visible. Is there a way to tell the drop downs to roll out to the left instead of right?
I have a little problem with drop down menus. I have a PHP page in which I extract some categories (from a database). I put those categories in a drop down menu without problems. I would like that when a category is chosen, the entire page should be reloaded without the pression of any "submit" button, and should appear a new drop down menu. The main problem is the reloading of the page as it appears not to work if, after OPTION VALUE, I put the name of the same page in which there is the forum (entrate_in.php). Infact it say "page not found" while it works perfectly if I put the name of a different php page... how to resolve this problem? Code:
What I need to be able to do is have the user presented with a single dropdown menu within a form using HTML <SELECT> and <OPTION>. Once they choose a particular option I then want another dropdown to appear alongside it with a list of options that are dependent on what was selected in the first dropdown. Then I want the same thing to happen a third time, i.e when the user selects an option from the second dropdown a third one appears on the screen to the right of it and then whatever the user chooses from this final dropdown is used in the form submission.
Because I am a complete beginner it would be really useful to have an actual code example that I could then modify with my own options.