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Jonas:-
Cool! You should put that under "layouts"... :)
(18.05.2006, 13:35)

Gordon:-
This almost exactly what I'm looking for - I just need it the other way up! i.e. the curve at the bottom.

Is that easy to do?
(17.11.2006, 14:13)

Stu:-
Take a look at the next demo :)
(17.11.2006, 14:54)

Susan:-
I'm with Gordon...this is perfect (in fact, I'm currently using it with the tabs up) but I need the tabs down now. I looked at the next demo and I don't see how to switch them. Might you have a moment to give me a clue?
(01.10.2007, 21:46)

Stu:-
Susan and Gordon, it doesn't take much to move the top curves to the bottom and reverse the order :)
I have added this to the demo.
(01.10.2007, 22:17)

Susan:-
Thank you so much, Stu. This is PERFECT!
(01.10.2007, 23:53)

Susan:-
One more question...is there a way to add a class current to this menu? I can't figure it out...
(17.10.2007, 22:46)

Susan:-
Nevermind. Got it. :)
(18.10.2007, 16:56)

rob:-
where is the code for this menu?
(07.11.2007, 23:27)

Tim:-
Hello:

I have this working great, and many thanks for that, but has anybody tried making these variable width tabs? Due to the required display:block tags the menus breaks miserably in IE6 et al. if you set width:auto instead of giving a fixed width.

Is this just a limitation of the way niftycorners works? In the past I have used CurvyCorners (similar to nifty) with variable width menus but no exp with niftycorners.

Thanks!
(03.03.2008, 04:59)

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