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Jerry:-
Nice menu - The image seems to want a div around it for it to validate

cheers
(04.12.2007, 12:08)

Kimberly:-
I think this menu is very fantastic, but I'm not so good at this stuff and having a very difficult time figuring out how to make it work. Is there any way you could spare some time to give me a hand?

My email is kimberly.m.howard@gmail.com

Hope to hear from you soon.

Keep up the great work!
(07.12.2007, 04:32)

esotic.com:-
I noticed that if you put the menu inside a table the level 2 menus that fly out to the side show up a couple hundred pixels to the right.
(13.12.2007, 23:12)

dave t:-
Hi Stu - I have a more general question on the stuHover.js (comment son your js site kept returning errors) - is there an impact on the page load/render in IE? I'm trying your skeleton menu on a project, and testing locally (IE5+ IE6 standalone) there is a major 'hang' (upwards of 4 seconds) on every page refresh. The css file for the site is getting up over 1200 lines... is this a limiting factor?
(23.12.2007, 23:48)

Joe:-
What a cool menu,but...when I place it inside another floated div it doesn't work in IE6, no drop!

#navWrap {
background: #fff;
float: left;
position: relative;
width: 910px;
padding: 0;
margin: 0;
}*

Any ideas? I've tried about everything I know. I really need it inside another div so I can float a search field to the right.
(31.12.2007, 13:18)

Mathiassen:-
Hi Mr. Nicholls

Very nice site you got here, I've learned alot from your fantastic work, but not enough..
How do you put this menu on the right side of a logo (I use a hidden h1 class to show a picture). I cant get it to be where I want to for some reason, it doesn't listen to me :(.

Please help
(11.01.2008, 15:03)

greg:-
hello stu and thanks for all your wonderful work on this site!

i noticed this menu is having display trouble in safari 2.x/mac. the submenus are not correctly switching out. the first level menu comes up fine, but when trying to view the subsubmenus it sticks on the first.

also, have you noticed these menus, when used with transparency over a flash movie, make the flash movie flicker and disappear in FF/mac? very bizarre.

i'd love to hear your thoughts on these comments, thanks!
(22.01.2008, 09:34)

rostom:-
Anybody know how to get the drop-down menu hover to extend fully in IE (6 and 7) with this menu? If you notice, with IE when hovering over the drop-down menu items, the background color only extends out to a bit past the menu item's text, thus making each item have a different length for its background color. In Firefox it does properly extend fully.
(03.04.2008, 00:53)



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