See my response to the previous post about scrolling layers. Looking at the
page you have linked, I can find no reason for the scrolling area at all.
You do realize that when you print the page (as people are often inclined to
do since they go to the site for information) that you will not get the
entire content of the scrolling area, but only what is shown on the screen,
right? I just never use them at all, really, unless I have a very special
If the client changes their mind this close to a finish date it resets the
clock in my book.
I looked at your pop-up menus (which are not going under - they are going
over the underlying text but because they are also only text, you can see
the underlying content through them. As I have said before - I think the
whole idea of the FW menus is a BIG mistake.
You are specifying this -
window.mm_menu_0807110945_0 = new Menu("root",156,14,"Century Gothic"
and you should know that Century Gothic is not a websafe font. Those who do
not have this font installed on their computer will see Times or Times New
Roman, a rather different look indeed.
You are using the menus to jump to text with named anchors within the
scrolling layer, and I am suspicious that this will not work in some major
Your layer is inside a table cell on the page and that's surely going to
cause problems. Absolutely positioned page elements do not belong in table
Your page does not even load in IE5x/Mac.
Your page weight is >90K, and that doesn't include the final weight of your
Frankly, and I hate to be the one to say this, but I think you already have
serious problems here.
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