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Phil Morgan:-
Hi Stu, your site is really cool but as a relative newbie i fear a little over my head. I rad all the FAQs and get the idea but i'm confused how to impliment the styles.

I view source and copy the info between in the "div" field and copy to my site. then i creat a new style sheet and paste all the text in your style field, and name the style the same as the menu name. Next i manage style sheet links and point to the new style that i just created, finally i make an include on my dwt page. save everything and tadaaaa, it just looks like a long list when i view in a browser. I managed to achieve a good result using your "creatmenu.zip" file and thats how i figured this would be done. Would be grateful for any info you could give me, Thanks Stu and please keep up the good stuff.
(27.03.2008, 08:38)



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