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Dilip kumar
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Hello -

I have 5 links at the top of my web page. Now I'm adding a Help drop-down menu at the end. I have created this menu using DL, UL, LI. But for some reason this menu is appearing at the top-left of the page instead of after 5 links. I really appreciate any suggestions. Since it is javascript code I couldn't paste the code here.

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Bear Bibeault
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Other people manage to post code. There are some tricks you can use (like substituting HTML entities for characters) to fool the filters.

It may be a pain, but without code, there's probably not much help to be had.


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Dilip kumar
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Here is the code. Thank you.

 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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