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Could you make this example valid (X)HTML?
- no duplicate HTML tag
- prefix begin, end and timeAction with the t namespace.
(15.09.2010, 12:09)

It is valid (x)html, it is just that the validators are not geared up for this. See the page for this.
(15.09.2010, 12:53)

Mike Goodstadt:-
I am desparately trying to center the sub menus over their parents on a 'flattened' dropline version of this. (
What is logic/trick the logic/trick ul{left:50%} li{position:relative;left:-50%}? Can it be applied to this structure?
Is any of the code remaining in my example superfulous or getting in the way...?
Many thanks,
Mike Goodstadt
ps. preparing my donation...
(19.10.2010, 22:54)

Mike Goodstadt:-
Brilliant - just brilliant!
Solved my centering issue mentioned above.
I've updated my implementation at same site if you want a look.
Cheers, Mike
(23.10.2010, 18:52)

Mike Goodstadt:-
I am guessing that as this does not validate we must code without TIME, validate, and then add the TIME...?
What about the DOCTYPE and namespace declarations?
Many thanks,
(25.10.2010, 20:55)


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