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Stu:-
SyGEN, if you check the rest of my examples you will find the drop down version here www.cssplay.co.uk/menus/final_drop2.html
(11.10.2006, 11:11)

edwin:-
were can i download the code?
(19.01.2007, 13:49)

Stu:-
edwin, check the FAQs :)
(19.01.2007, 13:53)

Xolo:-
nice work!
(26.01.2007, 07:16)

tjmapes:-
Hey Stu, great work. I was out looking for something like this because i need to make a UI...so imagine the navigation bar looking like the Windows taskbar, fixed to the bottom.

But I wanted to use these pullup menus for it. It works in FF but not in ie6/7.

Any suggestions? I'd apprecaite it more than you know.
(28.02.2007, 17:48)

pluz:-
hi stu
i have a problem with your pull-up menu. i have a main pic on the top of my page and i want to change the pic by onClick on the menu button. it works perfectly on ff. but on the ie it just takes me the pic from the main menu. also if i click on the secondlevel menu it change the pic to the one i choosed for the main menu.
please help me!
(22.03.2007, 09:35)

Mart:-
hi

i have a problem - a flash movie i put on top of the nav bar covers up the pop ups! how can i solve this? Thanks!
(21.02.2008, 19:27)

Ashamed to mention it...:-
Stu, thanks for your amaizing demos.

There is a tiny issue in the code for this one...

/* yet another hack for IE5.5 */
}
* html .menu ul ul a{
width:150px;
w\idth:129px;
}

Your comment is inside the previous item, rather than preceding the hack itself. This caused me a brief problem when I carelessly removed the IE5.5 hack (since I don't need to support before IE6), and lost the closing '}' screwing up all subsequent CSS.
(07.03.2008, 21:11)

Fab:-
I'm new here - how do I find the source code for these menus?
(09.10.2012, 16:52)

Stu:-
Check the site FAQs
(09.10.2012, 17:50)

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