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Please note. I get a few hundred emails a week from visitors asking for help, or posing questions on how to modify my demos to suit their application and I read them all. Unfortunately I only have a limited amount of time to spend answering these questions.

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Guy K. Haas:-
Looks great. I'd like to adapt the CSS technique for a site that is neither commercial nor personal; it's the site for a not-for-profit professional organization. Your permission rules do not address this category. Before I explore this adaptation, I thought I should check in with you.
(19.02.2007, 03:25)

Stu:-
Guy, If it is non-profit then you can use as you wish. Just keep the copyright comment in the stylesheet.
(19.02.2007, 08:12)

bartas:-
Hi, at first I want to mention that your work is outstanding! Thanks! Now, I would like to use this menu on my private website, and of course i will add some link there. But i'm haveing some problem, cause i want to add active state (on click dlmenu it should be hover state) and can't get rid of it... Could you give me some tip please?
(01.03.2007, 11:26)

mackenzie:-
Like the rest of your stuff, this is a neat sliding menu! I would like to use it on my site and will be happy to make a donation to do so. Problem... in testing it in my layout, I can't get it positioned within the column. Can you shed some light? You'll find the page at www.small-biz-ideas.com/cssplay-dlmenu-test.html.

Thanks for your help.
(03.04.2007, 19:38)

mackenzie:-
Figured it out! The column container was set to max-width of 35%. Removing it altogether brought the menu right into the column where I want it. Now it's just a question of permission. Sorry for the bother.
(03.04.2007, 20:23)

Ellen:-
Thank you so much for all of your non-stop envelope pushing. Your site is a regular stop while I surf.

I think this is a wonderful menu. I'd like to use it for photo categories and sub-albums. Is there any way at all to have the menu remain open and the <dd> selected as "current" (i.e., keep its hover state) and still move the mouse off the menu to view the gallery in another <div>?
(20.04.2007, 09:33)

Johnny:-
I would love to use this menu,, and I have no problem with donating, but I can't figure out how to get the code?
(16.08.2007, 16:52)

Stu:-
Johnny, just check the FAQs. All you need is the page source code and use whatever background image you want.
(16.08.2007, 22:20)

Roelof:-
Stu,

I have one question.
I'm curious how this work.
I have seen other sliding menu's but they all use javascript and this script not.

Regards,

Roelof
(15.03.2008, 20:33)

Stu:-
Roelof, it is the magic of CSSplay :)
None of the menus or demos use javascript in any form. It is all JUST CSS.
(15.03.2008, 20:52)

Nicole:-
Hello, a very nice sliding menu.
Can you post some example/demos page whereby i can keep the menu visited open when i click on specific submenu page?
The copyright will be placed on the page i am developing. Thank you.
(20.03.2008, 08:08)

mael:-
I'ts very nice... thanks
Are there any problems with IE6 ?
(sorry for the language i'm French ^^ )
(14.05.2008, 08:56)



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