I'm trying to get a local school district's website to work properly in a Chrome browser. The drop down menu is the issue and it only happens in Chrome, the other browsers work fine. The issue is after a user uses the side menu once, it is no longer clickable (viewable). The drop down does not work when you hover the mouse over the menu. I've looked in several forums but can't seem to find the right solution. The website is www.paplv.org and just click on any of the links, after that first click the drop down doesn't show up anymore. Any ideas on how to fix this?
- Edited by Think Blue Go Blue Tuesday, October 15, 2013 9:31 PM
I'm having trouble identifying what version of SharePoint this is built in. At a push, I'd say 2007 but the Randy Drisgill fix you've implemented for ActiveX suggests its 2010? Can you clarify?
Additionally, I got a warning about the Silverlight player being out of data. if I ignored this and then let the content play, the navigation works fine.
Thanks for the reply. I tried adding that code right before the ending body tag on the master but didn't have any luck. I want to say I had tried that code before or something similar to it, it is getting hard to remember all the different fixes I've tried over the last couple days. I will checkout those links now and see if I find anything. The Silverlight warning is something I wasn't aware of, so I'll look at that as well.
As far as the version goes, it is my understanding they originally set the site up with SharePoint 2007. They migrated to 2010 a couple of years ago, but the developer who originally set this up is long gone.
Anyway, if you have any other tips or things to try out, please let me know.