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Ken, will work on this soon. It should be possible without changing the CSS too much.
(27.05.2005, 08:49)

(27.05.2005, 18:10)

Hi Stu,
this tab menus great :) im fairly new to css and would like to add a sub-list to certain tabs - would this be possible?
cheers ; )
(26.06.2005, 19:57)

Ciara, it would be possible in Firefox, Opera etc, but not in IE which would need nested links.
(26.06.2005, 21:34)

ciara:- again :( thanks stu!
(12.07.2005, 10:24)

Thank you stu, this is very nice.
How can i make the menu link to stay up while the person is visiting that page?
(14.07.2005, 19:52)

There are 1 or 2 pixels of gray that show up beneath the "tab up" version. For the life of me I can't get rid of it. Any ideas? Thanks!
(26.07.2005, 02:06)

Finally found it. Simply change height of navigation2 to 2.8em. Voila!
(26.07.2005, 05:00)

Two things that this example really needs.. a method for getting the clicked tab to stay in the up position once it is clicked; and a method for changing the hover color. I'd like it so when I click a tab it loads the target page and opn the target page the tab is in the up position and a different color. This probably requires javascript..? Little help here please.
(01.02.2006, 00:35)

For the several poeple who have asked, I have now added the styling for a change of color on hover and an active state tab on the upper menu. I will leave the lower one as is, but the changes will be on similar lines.
(01.02.2006, 18:19)

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