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    I like very much this menu. But the position of this menu depends on monitor's size and in different monitor's resolutions the menu shows uncorrectly and I'd like to know how to position it in table tag?

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    Please read the sticky about query layout....

    Anyway, it's not possible to show the menu in a table, as it's absolutely positioned (see the description: (Jim's DHTML Menu creates an absolutely positioned....)).

    Different menus can be put into a table, unfortunately to the best of my knowledge there is no way to do this with absolute positioning.

    It should definately appear exactly the same at any resolution, if it still doesn't, please describe the problem in detail (i.e browsers, screen resolution etc..)

    Hope this helps
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    For example, I put this menu to site but in different rmonitor's it shows differently.
    How to customise menu that in different resolutions of monitor it's position will be same and not slide on screen and not depends on screen's size?

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    Well don't make it overlap edges, so keep it near the top left edge and don't make it too wide. Otherwise, smaller windows will want to make scrollbars.

    It should then appear the same in different resolutions. If you're references for different resolutions are two different workstations, they're configurations are probably not the same, causing discrepancies.

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