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John Garrett:-
In Opera 7.5 I found the demos menu does not work when I load the "Alice" page!
(01.06.2004, 07:37)

Stu:-
Thanks, as you probably can see, the site has been redesigned so there may be a few more problems like this.
I thought that I had everything covered but missed this one.
It has now been corrected :-)
(01.06.2004, 08:34)

pumuckl:-
works on konquerer 3.1.4 for Linux
(10.07.2005, 11:15)

Jake:-
Hi Stu,

I love this site! I've been advised by my web developer that THE ULTIMATE CSS ONLY DROPDOWN MENU doesn't work on IE 5.01. Can you advise on how we can get it working pls?
(10.04.2006, 15:52)

Stu:-
Jake, he is quite right. I have never claimed that this menu works as a drop down in such an old browser. It also fails to drop down in IE5 Mac.
HOWEVER... the top level menu items are still there as links and should be linked to the various main menu pages. These pages should then hold the sub level links and so on...so that the web site can still be navigated without using the drop down sub levels.

If you are using a javascript drop down then you should still have this structure in place just in cas your web site is being browsed with javascript turned off.
(10.04.2006, 17:30)

Gimbler:-
Stu, just wanted to thank you. I think I have a new favorite website! I'm inspired and can't wait to play with some of the nuts and bolts you've so generously provided.

Oh, and I'm especially delighted by all of the Alice in Wonderland references, in case that wasn't obvious from my ID.
(30.06.2006, 01:41)



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