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I'm stumped on this one and hoping someone might be able to point me in the right direction. I set up a nav menu using an image instead of the standard text menu using various nav elements for each nav item (example: #nav li.home a). To keep the text from showing over the image I had to set the text-indent to -9999px, however when I do that the dropdown text doesn't show. I thought I knew how to do this right but apparently I've forgotten and can't remember what I'm forgetting.
Thanks for any assistance, I appreciate it.
Do you even have text in your menu? I'm asking because I clicked on it and scrolled down and there's no links as well.
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