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Néa:-
This is great, thank you so much, again
(22.07.2007, 20:06)

ignacio:-
nice, do you think that it would be possible to make it work with a click instead?

I think it could be handy to mimic a right click behavior, with different options showing up. (only that I read somewhere in one of your photo gallery demonstration that there are constrains regarding the use of :active and :focus for Safari and Opera)
(30.07.2007, 20:51)

Stu:-
ignacio, it is not possible to have two click actions with CSS. The first click will open the tool links but the second click will not select from the link list, it will just cancel the first click and the list will close.
Opera and Safari will also only show the list whilst the mouse key is held down and not be able to select the list links.
(01.08.2007, 10:14)

James Chapman:-
Hi Stu, I've downloaded the style and all of the span componenets, but can't get it to work other than in IE6...not for IE7 or Firefox...what am I doing wrong? Thanks!
(17.10.2007, 18:48)

James:-
Ooops...meant to add the link: www.djj.state.fl.us/Education/index.html
(17.10.2007, 18:49)

Stu:-
James, are you talking about tool links or your menus? Whichever, you will need a standards compliant doctype. See the FAQs for more information.
(17.10.2007, 18:58)

Rob:-
Hi Stu, not sure what I am doing wrong but it doesn't work for me in IE6 neither. I have everything set correctly like doctype etc. No errors in the HTML or CSS according to the W3C check
(29.03.2008, 14:20)



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