I just re-activated the theme so you can check it out:
BTW, I didn't use the "wordpress" plugin, I just manually added the AllWebMenus script to the "whiteboard 2.0.1" theme. (to be candid, I'd rather not use the AllWebMenus WordPress plugin because I don't want to re-build the menu we've already created for
in WordPress. I'd prefer to just copy and paste.)
By the way, I really APPRECIATE your interest in helping me out.
The problem is that this specific Theme uses the following DOCTYPE:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">
When Chrome was introduced there was indeed an incompatibility between our menu and this DOCTYPE which was resolved in the next release of AllWebMenus.
You should either change this DOCTYPE definition, or (even better) get the latest version of AllWebMenus to make sure that you support all the latest browsers at all times.
Note: If you want to have a "static" menu, then you do not need to use the WordPress plugin. Using it will allow you to also have dynamic menu items that point to WordPress pages/posts/categories etc.
In either case if you want to use the WordPress plugin, all you need to do is to "Compile for WordPress". You do not need to recreate your menu in any way.
In any case, if you decide to experiment I suggest keeping a backup of your menu project first.