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Continuation of previous note: The version of IE
which didn't work was: IE 5.2 for mac. Thanks again!
(21.02.2004, 05:11)

This site is aimed at IE 6 though some examples may work in lower versions (sorry).
(21.02.2004, 09:16)

Hi Stu - I just found a problem with, of all things, Firefox 1.0.3 and this menu when trying to implement it in a site I'm developing that uses a DOCTYPE of XHTML 1.0 Strict - all the links stack up one atop the other. Any thoughts on what might be the culprit?
(20.04.2005, 23:36)

Hi Rick, they are meant to be in a vertical stack. display:block; will do this.
If you want them in a horizontal line then add float:left; to the a and a:visited style.
(20.04.2005, 23:52)

Many thanks, Stu! As it turns out, it was a matter of placement - two minutes after I wrote that post, I found the problem was my error after all.
(20.04.2005, 23:58)


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