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How do I get long text strings in the submenu items to wrap elegantly? At the moment they wrap but the new line appears like a new paragraph. It aligns all the way to the left of the box (ignoring the text-indent: 5px), and is too far below the first line - like a <p> instead of a </br> . See what I mean at . I want it to look more like the text in your menu at I'm sure there's a simple CSS fix for this. Anyone know?
(22.01.2008, 04:46)

nevermind thanks! it was a doc type issue.
(29.02.2008, 02:56)

George Sepe:-
I tried to implement your 6 level menu and it works successfully in my html software program. When I put it onto the net, the bullet indicators do not show up. I have IE ver7. Here is my website... Can you take a look at it and give me some advice...!
(10.03.2008, 18:02)

George, you have more problems with IE6 and Firefox etc. Email me stu{at}
(10.03.2008, 18:55)

How do I get this menu? Do I just right click and get the code from there or do I download the code from somewhere else?
(03.04.2008, 21:38)

it is possible to have the flyout menu flyout to the left instead of right ? how ?
(27.05.2008, 06:15)

Thank all that is Good and Sane that I found this page. It is a beacon of hope for newbie XHTML fools like me. Please keep up the great work.
(22.07.2008, 06:48)

Sean D. Feeney:-
Hi, Can anyone tell my why the dropbox works in every browswer except for IE7 on
(04.10.2008, 20:40)

Sean, it is a condition of use that the copyright comment is kept in the stylesheet.
The menu probably fails in IE7 because you have placed it inside a table which does not have a relative position/high z-index so the menu is dropping beneath later content.
(04.10.2008, 21:28)

Great site! I've used this menu but where I have menu items that are too long for the line (text wraps over) the second line of text displays slightly left of the first line. how can I change it to be directly below top line?? I used one of your other menus (menu #3 on "Drop down examples") and it does it perfectly, but I can't figure out which bit of code relates to it or what to change? Thx!
(12.11.2008, 10:31)

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