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dm:-
I'd add spaces between link text and description in span, because there is none if you view page without CSS support.
(09.11.2008, 18:57)

Stu:-
A space would make the line off center. I have added a line break so that it still looks the same in the CSS menu and displays better with CSS off.
(09.11.2008, 19:12)

DG:-
I love this circular navigation implementation. Nice one Stu :)
How easy would it be to have an inner pie style sub nav system built into this?
(09.11.2008, 20:22)

Stu:-
I am looking into this at the moment. It MAY be the subject of a future menu.
(09.11.2008, 20:41)

DG:-
Thanks for the quick response, I look forward to maybe seeing that in the future.

Keep up the great work :)
(09.11.2008, 21:43)

dm:-
Now it's almost perfect. :) Great job, Stu!
(10.11.2008, 20:02)

Dennis:-
oh my good Stu...

I was just planning on developing a new personal website and thought of creating a circular menu for it. Now there I have it from the master himself. Certainly less entertaining than creating it myself, but this is plain cool (also the menu plus the submenu).

I'll try putting the submenu outside the ring somehow, it would be nice if it is on a per-item basis and expanding from the ring.

Cheerio, Dennis
(14.11.2008, 14:39)

Anda:-
sorry but i m trying to reach where to email to download this menu for my personal website

can u please help?
(30.12.2008, 11:10)

pascu:-
Hi, how can I download this menu?
thanks!!
(30.06.2009, 21:43)

Alex:-
Thanks for a great menu! I've written a little php script around it to dynamically create a customisable homepage for members of my university club (not for profit).

uwadb.com
(02.08.2009, 17:54)

Johanne:-
Stu, it does not seem to work with IE8 (Win). If accessibility is my priority, it seems I have to abandon this menu, am I correct?
(24.08.2009, 16:08)

Stu:-
No, it works in IE8.
I have just switched off IE7 emulation and it works in IE6, IE7 and IE8.
(24.08.2009, 16:41)

Fedor:-
I need such menu on my site. Site is not commercial.

How I can receive this menu?
corelius@yandex.ru
(30.06.2010, 12:32)

MatriX:-
Hello this menu is great.
I need such menu on my site. Site is not- commercial and use on education.

How I can receive this menu?
1.matrix.0@gmail.com
(24.08.2010, 11:50)

alie:-
Could you email me this menu please, for my personal site

alisonnicolee@gmail.com
(13.05.2012, 00:49)

Damian:-
non-comercial site, can you please email me @ dsmi7846@internode.on.net
(02.05.2013, 03:49)

Mark:-
Google finds this page, but no menu. Comment pages, please include link to parent menu page.
(20.06.2017, 01:39)



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