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java script drop menu??

  • # November 25, 2011 at 6:22 pm

    Currently i am building a site using html, css, java script, i have set up a div for header, and div for nav or menu which contains the java script drop down menu which has it owns css named style. css, when i zoom in and out using command + or – on a mac everything stays int place except the nav or menu there are four big square buttons so when zoomed in and out the square button on the right moves down and goes to the left side underneath the square button on the left, so i am wondering if there is a way using css or javascript to keep the nav, java script drop menu or the main css div from moving the boxes or the buttoms around, i would like to keep everything in place when zooming or changing browsers or changing sizes on screen or browsers, so let me know by reply message, thanks.

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