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    I am designing a website for a company and am using a pure css dropdown menu. The background of the menu is black, but when hovering, it has a green image. This works great in IE and other browsers, but only part of the hovering image shows in Firefox 5.01.

    If someone could please take a look at I would really appreciate it. Any ideas? Thanks.

    #nav li:hover a.top_link span.down {
    background: url("") no-repeat scroll right top transparent;

    This rule is setting a background on the span, which covers the green background of the parent anchor. You could comment it out to test for the results your looking for.


    Good thought, but unfortunately it didn’t work. Funny, it is only on the dropdown items that it doesn’t work. Thank you though, it was sure worth a shot.


    YES, it worked perfectly. Sorry, I forgot to comment out both instances of the code. Thank you very much. I appreciate it.

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