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Rik, do you have a url?
(06.02.2006, 16:03)

(06.02.2006, 16:49)

Well, "" actually.
(06.02.2006, 16:50)

Rik, Both Firefox and IE look the same (except for the missing last menu item).
Which text do you want aligned left? at the moment it is all text-align:center;
(06.02.2006, 17:26)

I looked at your cross-browser drop down menu and it really looks great. I want it to display multiple levels (sub-menus). I would really appreciate it if you would describe the technique to implement that.
(07.02.2006, 21:00)

Sorry stu, I managed to fix most of the problems I was having in the end. They weren't hiding properly (can't remember why) so I was getting both menus in IE.

I love this menu system, but is there any way to make it central?
(08.02.2006, 13:26)

Rik, if you know the width of the menu then you can enclose it in a containing div and make that central using margin:0 auto; for instance.
(08.02.2006, 14:21)

This worked perfectly. You are a genius! You will definitely get linked to from my site! :)
(08.02.2006, 16:00)

Actually, worked well in Firefox but not IE. Can you see what I've done wrong?

(08.02.2006, 16:01)

My fault - fixed. You still rock! :)
(08.02.2006, 16:07)

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