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Rodney:-
This also demonstrates the advantage of .pgn over .gif:the overlay looks smooth in FF, but not in IE.
(04.01.2007, 21:07)

Dave:-
Hi Stu-
This looks great in FF and IE7.
However I am not sure I handled the "dithered gif" correctly for IE6, it is completely white, when I hover.
Is this what is supposed to happen. I wasn't sure what you meant by dithered gif. I simply renamed the opaque.png as a gif.

Thanks
(12.03.2007, 04:00)

Nigel:-
Hi Stu-
How do you make the menu "pull-up" instead of "drop down?" I tried to by changing the "bottom" to "top in menu dl, but only works in FF, not in IE7. Can images be used instead of links?
(01.04.2007, 03:44)

Shawn:-
I tried to play with the position of the menu and it messes it up. How do you make it center on a page?
(29.04.2008, 17:18)

gers:-
Itcan be placed into a table td?, it is convenience? or it is better to use a div over table, using z-index, pos absolute, etc...

I'm trying something like
(12.05.2008, 20:25)

HamD:-
So does one download these menus?
(03.07.2008, 15:01)

HamD:-
I meant "how does one download these menus?"
(03.07.2008, 15:01)

Darryl:-
You ask for your hard work to be rewarded and yet you advertise blatantly the Nokia Synchronise logo on your page. Shame!
(16.01.2010, 09:24)

Stu:-
I was not aware that Nokia had a Synchronise logo, but if you can point me in the direction of this on there website I will see what you mean. As far as I was aware, my logo is based on the yin-yang sign.
(16.01.2010, 10:09)



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