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Matt S.:-
Is there an easy way to make this menu respond to a 'current' property? What I want to do is make it so if you click on one of the top level menus, the second level will stay displayed whether your mouse is over it or not.
(17.12.2007, 17:32)

Deepti P.:-
My question is the same as Matt S. Is there a way to make this menu respond to a 'current' property?
(03.01.2008, 10:58)

Matt S and Deepti P, This would not be possible using just CSS as the top level hover in all but IE6 is on the list item li:hover. It is not possible to have li:focus or li:active.
However it can be done using javascript and might be a suitable project for my javascript site
(03.01.2008, 11:30)

Deepti P:-
Hi Stu,

Good to know that you are coming up with a javascript scite of your own. It'll be a great deal of help for most of us!!! Waiting for this menu in your js site.
(28.01.2008, 09:21)


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