drop down menus off set.... dont understand why?

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website is http://www.jaybee.co.uk

if you select new cars from the navigation and or new vans and or used cars you will see the drop down menu is not underneath the parnet navigation link

I have tried placing the div + includes into various positions to try and over come this problem, it works fine outside the div but inside no.. what have i done wrong for i have a numerous amounts of pages which the includes are involved inorder to save time in alterations when new models are launched etc...

any thoughts or ideas most welcome

kind regrds

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There's a lot of confusing stuff going on here. The definitions for ".jqueryslidemenu UL LI" has 3 different positioning techniques in one definition - position:relative, display:inline and float:left. There also seems to be different levels of padding set in different places to the anchors.

Have you tried simply zero-ing everything out?

I don't mean to sound like an ass, but I've found that people sometimes try to resolve these situations by adding more stuff, and then more stuff, instead of stripping things away and cleaning them up.

Probably not much help. Sorry for that.
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thanks for your post digitalMedia - it helped

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