Hi,

I am implementing one drop-down menu using CSS and Javascript and embedded in one <td> cell in a page. If I use a absolute position property with TOP and LEFT to fix the location for menu then different browsers and screen resolution show different position for Menu bar. If I don't position property then get submenu out of control, not under its parent item. How do I fix this kind of issue? Thanks in advance!!

You can look at the sample by following link:
https://www.ifortunoff.org/homenew.asp

Following is CSS:
#menu
{ padding: 0px;
margin:0px;
position:absolute;
top:73px;
left: 124px;
WIDTH: 756px;
FONT-FAMILY:Arial;
font-size: 11px;
height:26px;
}
#menu LI
{
padding: 0px;
margin-bottom: 0px;
margin-left: 0px;
margin-top: 0px;
MARGIN-RIGHT: 1px;
DISPLAY: none;
CURSOR: default;
COLOR: black;
float: left;
width: 83px;
}
.horizontal#menu LI
{
PADDING-RIGHT: 1px;
DISPLAY: inline;
MARGIN: 0px
}
#menu LI.active
{
BACKGROUND-COLOR: white
}
#menu LI A
{
COLOR: black;
TEXT-DECORATION: none
}
#menu UL
{
BORDER-RIGHT: lightgrey thin solid;
PADDING-RIGHT: 0px;
BORDER-TOP: lightgrey thin solid;
PADDING-LEFT: 0px;
VISIBILITY: hidden;
PADDING-BOTTOM: 0px;
MARGIN: 0px;
BORDER-LEFT: lightgrey thin solid;
WIDTH: 15em;
PADDING-TOP: 0px;
BORDER-BOTTOM: lightgrey thin solid;
POSITION:absolute;
BACKGROUND-COLOR: white;
TEXT-ALIGN: left
}
#menu UL LI
{
PADDING-RIGHT: 0em;
DISPLAY: block;
PADDING-LEFT: 0em;
PADDING-BOTTOM: 0em;
WIDTH: 15em;
PADDING-TOP: 0em;
BORDER-BOTTOM: #33c 1px solid;
WHITE-SPACE: normal;
LIST-STYLE-TYPE: none
}
.horizontal#menu UL LI
{
PADDING-RIGHT: 0em;
DISPLAY: block;
PADDING-LEFT: 0em;
PADDING-BOTTOM: 0em;
WIDTH: 15em;
PADDING-TOP: 0em;
BORDER-BOTTOM: #33c 1px solid;
WHITE-SPACE: normal;
LIST-STYLE-TYPE: none
}
#menu UL LI A
{
PADDING-RIGHT: 1em;
DISPLAY: block;
PADDING-LEFT: 1em;
PADDING-BOTTOM: 0.1em;
MARGIN: 0px;
WIDTH: 13em;
COLOR: dimgray;
PADDING-TOP: 0.1em;
TEXT-DECORATION: none
}
#menu UL LI A:hover
{
COLOR: black;
BACKGROUND-COLOR: gainsboro
}
#menu UL LI.active
{
COLOR: white;
BACKGROUND-COLOR: lightgrey
}