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i have created a pop-up menu on this site www.lifetimetennis.com.au/test.htm, it lines up OK in 1024 x768 but when i view at 800 x 600 the submenus go all over the place

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also can the submenus be made to be semi transparent?

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thats because you centered your page it does that...you need to make 2 versions then for the different resolutions or just keep your page aligned left
as for semi tranparent i dont think you can do that unless you make the part the sumbenues popup under a part of the image that you export from fireworks but then youll have a large file
sorry i couldnt be of more help

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I don't understand what you mean by making 2 versions

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you make a page designed for a resolution of 800x600 and one for 1024x768 then have you default.htm page direct your viewer to the page that matches their screen resolution

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How do the pages know the resolution that the person is looking at?? I think this is a little too difficult for me

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or try this code in the head of your default.htm page

<script>var width = screen.width;var res =(((!(640-width))*1)+((!(800-width))*2)+((!(1024-width))*3)+((!(1152-width))*4)+((!(1280-width))*5)+((!(1600-width))*6)); if(!(res)) res = 1;if (res=='1') {window.location='http://www.yahoo.com'}if (res=='2') {window.location='http://www.yahoo.com'}if (res=='3') {window.location='http://www.yahoo.com'}if (res!='1' && res!='2' && res!='3') {window.location='http://www.yahoo.com'}</script>

just change the urls to match

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