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    Asp menu creating link to clear hideSkipLink

    I posted this in the wrong forum.

    Hi folks, I have a strange problem.

    On my Master Page, I have the usual:

    <div class="clear hideSkipLink">
    <asp:Menu ID="NavigationMenu" runat="Server" CssClass="menu"
    EnableViewState="false" IncludeStyleBlock="false"
    Orientation="Horizontal">
    <Items>
    A load of items
    </Items>
    </asp:Menu>
    </div>

    The CSS contains the correct entry for both clear and hideSkipLink. I have double checked now a thousand times and the code is the same as one that is working fine.

    Anyway, this is what happens.

    Above the menu buttons is what I think is hideSkipLink, it's a thin line of about 5px and runs 100% across the content (not the whole page width). It's the same colour as all the menu buttons and when you click on it, it takes you just past the menu buttons (on any page) and looking at the title bar, it says.... /Default.aspx#ctl00_NavigationMenu_SkipLink

    So somehow I have a visible link for skipLink?

    Many thanks, this is doing my head in and I've been on it for what seems like half a day now and really need to get working on THE BIG BUTTON!!

    Cheers Mark

    BTW, anyone know how to close a thread?

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    Hi Mark and welcome to the forum!

    Your problem sounds more like CSS issue but can't be sure until you explain
    more clearly what exactly is going on.... you say that you have "ghost" link
    added above the actual menu?

    Also, view the HTML source of the page (right click --> View Source) and
    post here relevant code around the menu, especially any code you think
    is related to this ghost link.

    You should see "Thread Tools" and have option to close it, assuming you
    started the thread of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow Wizard
    Hi Mark and welcome to the forum!

    Your problem sounds more like CSS issue but can't be sure until you explain
    more clearly what exactly is going on.... you say that you have "ghost" link
    added above the actual menu?

    Also, view the HTML source of the page (right click --> View Source) and
    post here relevant code around the menu, especially any code you think
    is related to this ghost link.

    You should see "Thread Tools" and have option to close it, assuming you
    started the thread of course.
    Thanks for the response, I never did find the answer, I just recreated the site, which worked well.

    Mark

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