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    cross browser

    My nice and tidy page, which looks so cute in IE, looks removed and out of place on both Opera and Mozilla
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    Whilst in IE you can access the style of an element directly by its ID, with most decent browsers you cannot. You need to use getElementByID

    example here - http://css.somepeople.net?page=dynamic
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    While I'm not sure what your experience level is in general (I'm the king of cut n paste) I would suggest/heavily recommend searching the heck out of scripts that say cross-browser this or that. Have a looksy here http://www.opencube.com/ for something that might help.

    Now on the other hand if you're a brain super geek programmer then I can't help ya and you'll be on the getElementbyID trail or whatever on your own--Survivor Series Part III and so on and so forth.

    Entering "cross-browser script" in google will give you more than you can shake a stick at if you're so inclined to travel this path although the above "opencube" mention is dealing specifically with the DHTML style of menus you appear to be working with.



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