I have a css horizontal drop down menu. But some of the drop downed menus are longer than the page, resutling of a part of the drop downlist not being accessable (as if one tries to scroll, the just made visible menu is undone by hovering away from it).
How can one solve this? And I do not mean things like changing the font-size or fiddeling with margins and paddings .
Thanx for your replies, but as indicated in my first message, I'm looking for REAL solution . Redesigning the taxonomy is not an option. The menus are used to navigate through a huge product database of a company selling teak furniture, decoration etc,... .
As it is desirable for the description part of a product (manufacturer, productname,...) to get indexed (hopefully ) by google, form drop down navigation is not an option, as the google bot doesn't fill out forms. So that is why I'm using a CSS-dropdown menu containing plain links.
So if somebody would know of any suitable solution, please share it with me.
A belgian guy
ps.: The site is not online yet, as it accesses a non-standard database which I can't put offsite,... .