I'm having trouble with my menus.
Also it took a minute to be able to click on the forum link in the dropdown, because I kept clicking the 'Apprenticeship' link on my account page.
When on my profile, the menus don't seem to want to stick long enough to click something at the bottom, such as the forums button.
I have this problem with my computer at work, where I use IE. It is an old computer. It doesn't happen at home where I use Firefox. It's an old computer here too, but not as old. My workaround is to go to my profile page, where there aren't competing links.
I'm having lots of isses with IE7 at work - can't submit Hubpages, can't sort, can't see menus etc.
Luckily my company is upgrading to IE9 in a few months finally!
I don't have IE nor am I using it.
In the picture, I flagged a hub and the menu was underneath the ad on the hub.
I had to use "other" which was at the bottom of the ad because all others were either not appropriate or I could access the other options.
I'm using Google Chrome on Windows XP
Are you still experiencing the issue you had while attempting to flag?
I did not see the issue in Chrome 20 in Windows XP just now when I tried to test.
Perhaps it was the specific ad or a temporary issue.
IF the issue is still occurring, can you provide a URL for one of the problematic Hubs?
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