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Re: Change link sensivity area using CSS

 
 
idle
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      12-02-2010
On Thu, 02 Dec 2010 13:21:43 -0500, Mojo wrote in alt.html:

> Some of my users have complained that the main menu dropdown can be
> triggered too easily by having your mouse button below the menu.
>
> http://www.boldplan.com/s/tiny/dbE3C6
>
> So if you try to click on the browse categories area or other
> selection on the sub nav bar, you sometimes might trigger the main
> menu. I'm not sure how to move the hyperlink sensitivity up without
> affecting the actual placement of the text link itself. I'm hoping
> someone can give me an insight as to an idea we can do to change this.
> Thank you.


Your menu is activating on hovering the div rather than the text

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