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    Unhappy HV Menu positioning

    I've used the relative positioning (span id) variable in the HV menu .js script to place my navigation menu into a specific area of my HTML page. It looks great on a PC in all browsers, however in IE on a MAC the menu is positioned a little to high and to the left (just a few pixels each way). Anyone know if there is a fix for this so it looks good on a MAC as well as a PC? Here is a link to it so maybe you can see what's going on.
    http://www.graphicdet.com/ski93/index2.html
    brenrid

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    I don't know if this can solve Your problem or not, but let's give it a shot...
    Change Your body tag to
    Code:
    <body bgcolor="black" leftmargin="0" topmargin="0" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0">
    or add
    Code:
    <style type="text/css">
    BODY { margin: 0em }
    </style>
    inside Your HEAD tag.

    Those code will set Your margins to 0. After that, try to reposition the HV menu to it's place.
    Hope that'll work... never use a MAC before

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    I am having the same frustrating problem. I implemented the menu on a wbsite and it seems to position exactly where I want it except when viewing it with IE. I tested it with Safari (on Mac) and IE 5.5 (on Mac). Cannot figure this one out.

    Hope someone replies!

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    Adjusting the margins and such worked - thanks.

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    Default it worked!

    Your suggestion to change the body tag worked! Thank you!!

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