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triyae:-
haha, this is cool, just like character sprites in video games, never really thought of doing it this way.. : )
(27.04.2004, 21:47)

idigital:-
very very clever!
(10.05.2004, 12:26)

seba:-
there is a cache problem with ie. the buttons flash up for a moment :( you can solve the problem. try to give your layer a background with active status and the layers above a background with normal status. turn the background to none if somebody hover :)
(03.06.2004, 10:35)

Stu:-
I don't see this problem on my IE6. Could it be that you do not have the images cached on your pc?
(03.06.2004, 15:59)

samantha pia:-
i was shown your site because i need to revamp my site, i really like menu-15 and would love to use the buttons in my site, but in blue. thanx either way. and its a great site you have here. its just above my head a little. samantha xox
(02.08.2004, 15:07)

John:-
Great work. This is one of the finest css menus I have found. Keep it up
(17.03.2005, 13:32)

Craig:-
Stu, I really enjoy this menuing system and would love to use it but...I am trying to bring the same behavior/look to my form "submit" and "post" buttons.
I've searched for discussions on this but all I seem to find either point to using a static image (src=i/buttons.gif)or to simply changing colors on hover.
Any pointers on this would be greatly appreciated.
(14.02.2006, 23:54)

Stu:-
Craig, unfortunately Forms have a mind of their own and do not conform to the usual css rules.
I have a demo of form styling on my site should you be interested.

Menu 15 cannot be adapted for use on form buttons, sorry.
(15.02.2006, 21:27)

Craig:-
Thanks for the reply. Gonna meander on over to your form styling demo now.
(16.02.2006, 01:43)

Zippy:-
Hello Stu, is there a way to arrange the buttons from menu fifteen horizontally? I'm very new to CSS, and am trying to figure out why it does the things it does. Any help is much appreciated
(20.02.2006, 22:53)

Kelly:-
This is brilliant!
(13.09.2006, 22:32)

harshil:-
what script is used to detect the button which has been clicked
(21.08.2009, 12:00)

harshilShah:-
hello guys can anyone please tell me how does script/ css dtect the button that is clicked
in url link i am see "?current=two".
how does it work. i am not able to find the script
(22.08.2009, 07:29)

Stu:-
This is done by usinf PHP to read the link query string and write the 'current' class to the clicked button when the page reloads.
(22.08.2009, 08:13)



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