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Interesting! :)
(12.04.2007, 20:20)

Sylvia Gonzalez-Moreno:-
>> #nav ul {display:inline-block;}
>> #nav ul {display:inline;}

Good afternoon Stu.
Could you please explain why IE need both rules? Up to now I thought rule 2 would simply override rule 1, but in your example they seems to work additionaly.
Is this another IE bug?

Thanks in advance.
(15.04.2007, 17:16)

Sylvia, the answer is in the information text.
(15.04.2007, 19:03)

David Hair:-
Stu; Great work with all your tutorials, your the first place i look when i get stuck, however i can not figure out how you use the current links in the url of the menu to change the current id of the list item!

"Oh, and you can click any tab to reload the page with that tab made 'current'."

How is this done??
(21.08.2007, 00:03)


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