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Tim:-
Just think how easy a lot of your experiments would have been if IE supported hover on non anchor elements :( And also the possibilities . .
(01.09.2006, 21:41)

Stu:-
Tim, indeed :) but then I like a challenge.
(01.09.2006, 21:46)

Yusuf Akyol:-
Super....
Last a year, I visit your site everyday. I found very usefull things and also I learn many things from you.
Thanks too much.
This menu very simple and very usefull as a I say before. Please also show us ( or me) how it can be done horizontal.
Best regards.
(02.09.2006, 08:20)

Yusuf Akyol:-
Hi,
But it doesn't work at IE 6.0...
I know you solve the problem very soon.
Best regards.
(02.09.2006, 14:28)

Stu:-
Hi Yusef, the whole point of this demonstration is that it doesn't work in IE5.x or IE6. It is just to show how simple such a menu COULD have been if these two browsers understood li:hover. I am afraid that this will never work in IE5.x or IE6.
We can wait about 20 years until these two browsers are no longer used and THEN it will be ok to use :)
(02.09.2006, 15:05)

Wayne:-
Hi Stu, I implemented your very simply CSS fly out menu on my site - www.waynewhuang.com

Everything works fine, however I would like to be able to list my galleries within the menu and some of the titles go beyond the width I have set for the main menu. The problem is that changing the width to accomodate the text changes the widths globally. How do I change it just for certain flyouts?
(10.09.2006, 03:09)

Stu:-
Wayne, give the <ul> flyout you want wider an additional class and target this with the required width.
(21.09.2006, 13:35)



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