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Spring:-
This is a great menu. May I modify it and use it on my web design portfolio site?
(13.08.2007, 15:25)

Stu:-
Spring, email me stu{at}cssplay.co.uk for information on use (as mentioned at the top of this page).
(13.08.2007, 17:30)

Patrick C.:-
This menu doesn't work for me in FF3. All links below the top link map to the first link so that if you click a link below the first link, you always get the page pointed to by the top link. Also, even in IE7, I get problems with it as other page content seems to interfere with the action of the menu
(05.10.2008, 05:25)

Stu:-
It works for me in FF3, as demonstrated by this menu. Click any sub menu item to go to different pages in CSSplay.
(05.10.2008, 08:16)



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