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      bench_777 commented  · 

      Matthieu,

      Thanks so much for that! Works perfectly now. Since my template is a hybrid, how do I hide it on pages that don't have sub-items? Got to be a way to do that in the CSS.

      Thanks,

      Ben

      bench_777 commented  · 

      Hello? Anything guys? Would like an answer to the above, even if it is an "I don't know" or no.

      Thanks,

      Ben

      bench_777 commented  · 

      Hi guys,

      Any suggestions for above on the Firefox issue or hiding the div in a hybrid template?

      Thanks,

      Ben

      bench_777 commented  · 

      I played around this this last night. It worked fairly well, except in Firefox. Instead of wrapping the box below, it continues it to the side, under the main content container. All other browsers (IE, Safari, Opera, Chrome) it shows up fine for. What can I do to fix it for Firefox? http://www.rnlcny.org/Members

      The other odd this is that displays the box all the time. Since this is a hybrid menu template, there are pages with no sub-menu items where I would like it to dissappear. I tried to clear it out in the CSS by telling the ID (#idfooterLogoContainer) to display: none, and when a menu has subitems (.rootHasSubitems #idfooterLogoContainer) display:block, but that didn't work. Can you tell me how to do this? I am hoping that there can be a code displays in this way. I would hate to have to turn in on manually in the CSS for each individual page, or have to take the js code out of globals, and insert on each page.

      This javascript is interesting to me. In general, is there a way to place a div tag anywhere on a page, outside of the CSS? For instance, say I want a div to be somewhere on the page all the time in an absolute position, independent of the CSS. Basically what you did here. You placed the div in the footer, but due to the global javascript, could place that div elsewhere on the page, and not just contained to the footer. Do you have a more generic form of this code that could be used to do this, or even can this current js code be modified to do this? Just curious, because it would be an advantage in cases like this.

      Thanks for your help with this,

      Ben

      bench_777 commented  · 

      This is excellent. Any way to put the object above the sub-menu? I'll definitely play around with it.

      Thanks so much!

      Ben

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