Can anyone help me? I tried using spry in dreamweaver CS3 for the first time and, upon completion of my site, found that it isn't working in some versions of IE. It opens perfectly in Firefox, Safari, and Opera. Different versions of Internet Explorer seem to carry out the code differently.

Here is my site
http://www.kearneyevents.com/index.html

And my css
http://www.kearneyevents.com/SpryAssets/SpryMenuBarHorizontal.css

and my javascript
http://www.kearneyevents.com/SpryAssets/SpryMenuBar.js

If ANYONE could look over my code and help me I would really appreciate it!! PLEASE!!

I am having the same problem, too. If anyone could explain this it would be highly appreciated.

Can anyone help me? I tried using spry in dreamweaver CS3 for the first time and, upon completion of my site, found that it isn't working in some versions of IE. It opens perfectly in Firefox, Safari, and Opera. Different versions of Internet Explorer seem to carry out the code differently.

Here is my site
http://www.kearneyevents.com/index.html

And my css
http://www.kearneyevents.com/SpryAssets/SpryMenuBarHorizontal.css

and my javascript
http://www.kearneyevents.com/SpryAssets/SpryMenuBar.js

If ANYONE could look over my code and help me I would really appreciate it!! PLEASE!!

The page renders correctly on both, it even looks a little bit better on IE I might add. Your pop Win is being blocked on firefox by default, so my suggestion is, not to use them.

Your menus are opening correctly on both, although they have some unnecessary delay when you switch them.

What was your problem once again?

p.s.: You should not leave your "background-color" declarations empty so if you don't use them, -then don't declare them. Your css "cursor" declaration is also empty. They both rise css errors on firefox. And finally your special ie targeting css should be wrapped in a conditional comment so it gets parsed by ie only. exmp.:

<!--[if IE]>
<style>
.
.
.
</style>
<![endif]-->

so you don't generate more css instruction errors on other browsers that are not able to make use of them.

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