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do you have a compatability list for this script?
(17.05.2005, 20:16)

John Phillipe:-
can this be achieved using UL/LI? How can we make this to use variable menu text?
Thanks. Again great work.
(06.01.2006, 23:43)

John Phillipe, conversion to unordered lists is fairly straightforward and most of the style is preserved. I hava add a link to a <ul><li> version on the demo page to show how this is done.
By variable menu text I assume you mean that the menu is created at run time and would need php to generate the variable content.
(07.01.2006, 11:32)

John Phillipe:-
Thanks a lot for the update. By variable menu, i meant the menu items with variable length. For example, i would like to have menu items as follows:
Item medium
Item long
Item extra long
Item extra extra long.
Once again, i appreciate your time.
(12.01.2006, 03:16)

Have you ever tried to use your menue having an anchor defined before your code and then running it in Firefox? The menue is totally 'destroyed'! It makes a wrap and has more boxes than defined. Commenting the anchor out everything works fine. What if I need an anchor?)
(27.09.2006, 16:26)

Dirk, an anchor before this menu should not affect the structure in any browser. This is a self contained menu which can only be corrupted by an error in the external styles.
(27.09.2006, 19:15)

Dirk, just to check this out I have added an anchor just before the menu and the link at the bottom of the page 'back to example'.
This works perfectly in Firefox.
(27.09.2006, 19:30)


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