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    Hey guys, having a bit of a problem with a website I've created with IE6.

    #1 - The drop menu's are dropping behind the slide show.

    #2 - The right menu is starting below the centre content.

    I am attempting to fix this problem but with my limited web knowledge, I'm not too sure on what exactly I have to do.


    web address is www.sunburybasketball.com.au

    any input would be great. thanks!

  • #2
    ok so I have fixed the drop menu problem.

    How ever, the right menu is still dropping below the content area

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    • #3
      never mind, all fixed!

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      • #4
        hehehe, glad we could help

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        • #5
          Matty, if you post the solutions you found, you might help the next person/people to come along with the same problem!
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