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    Smooth Navigational Menu
    http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamici...smoothmenu.htm

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    Hi -- discovered this menu today and love it, though, I'm having a problem with it in IE. I wonder if anyone has any insight into this? I just set it up and it seems to work in Firefox, but in IE, I'm getting a broken image X at each link.

    Here's my rough page: http://laurabowly.com/hrm/test.html

    I haven't really assigned any links yet. Was just getting it set up and noticed the X. I appreciate any help!! Thanks! LB
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    Inside the .js file for the script, make sure the paths to the two arrow images are valid:

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    arrowimages: {down:['downarrowclass', 'down.gif', 23], right:['rightarrowclass', 'right.gif']},
    In other words, you'll need to upload those two images to your site.
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    Thank you -- very much. Would it be appropriate to ask one more question about this dropdown menu's functionality here?

    Smooth Navigational Menu
    http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamici...smoothmenu.htm ....

    Now that the arrow/broken link issue is solved, I'm noticing that as I roll my mouse over the drop down links, they disappear in IE -- it's patchy, but you can see it if you go to http://laurabowly.com/hrm/test.html in IE -- again, it works fine in FireFox. Insight?

    Thank you very much for your time. I do really appreciate it. LB

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    Just a quick note to let you know I resolved the issue. I had made some changes to the css and it caused the glitch. Thank you.

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    HOw did you manage to sort out the IE glitch? I have solved it in IE7, but cannot sort it out for IE6

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