The following link I have worked on so that it works and looks as I have designed it in IE 5, 5.5 and 6.0\n\nI got some help on this both here and in projectseven.com. Thanks to those that didn't even know they helped.\n\nHere is the last issue and one I think I have basically fixed. You won't see my fix here (it's not pretty) but\nyou can see the issue here:\n\n[URL]http://tinyurl.com/5uj6w[/URL]\n\nIf you use the slider to increase the image (blank) size so that a horizontal scroll appears in your browser\nwindow and then scrollLeft the top and bottom nav divs will go along for the ride. That's what I wanted.\n\nNow resizse the window so that the top nav div puts the home icon behind the slider. Now all he#*@ breaks loose. For if you scrollLeft in this case it will just keep scrolling and scrolling and scrolling...\n\nNot good. I think the trouble is setTimeout and the fact that scrollLeft has a range of possible values. Note this\nONLY happens when the Home icon is behind the slider. Home is my nemesis.\n\nSo my question is this. How many setTimeouts can I have safely running in one page? Is one too many? Four\ntoo many? The reason I ask is because the fix I have for this issue uses another setTimeout and I think maybe I\nshouldn't do that. Thanks.\n\nPardon me if the link sometimes doesn't work. That's because I redirect to 127.0.0.1 sometimes when my\nbandwidth gets too much traffic. Thanks again.