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Can you please add sub-menu listings to each of the main menu listings, except for home?

Will look forward to the fix. Thank you in advance.
(29.01.2010, 17:43)

This is just a demo of how css3 will allow you to style tabs without graphics or extra markup.
I may use this in future multi-level menus.
(29.01.2010, 23:09)

I see. Thank you for clarifying this up.

When you do you think CSS3 will be the main streams of things on web?

When might you begin to make CSS3 multi-level menus?
(29.01.2010, 23:17)

If you look at the previous menu to this one you will see that it is a css3 drop/fly menu:

css3 will not be main stream until IE9 is released and IE6, 7 and 8 are no longer used, so it could be years away yet.
But my css3 experiments will work in all browsers but some better than others.
(29.01.2010, 23:22)


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