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Stu:-
Just add :active states to the :hover states.
(09.06.2005, 21:41)

Stu:-
'selected' button styling added. Hope this clarifies the method.
(26.08.2005, 23:24)

Gideon:-
Where can i find the code for ultimate buttons menu
(08.04.2006, 13:28)

Martin:-
The standardista in me hates all those div elements.
(18.07.2006, 20:34)

Stu:-
Martin, this site is for experimental CSS and that's what this is.
Not semantic, not good markup, but shows what can be acheived to give a graphic button.
(18.07.2006, 21:02)

amelia:-
on this page:
www.cssplay.co.uk/menus/ultimate.html#
a bit of belly button fluff (which had lodged itself under my cursor) fell in behind the "item two" button on the right-hand column...
(30.08.2006, 07:08)

Stu:-
So that's why it is stuck down....or maybe it was done on purpose to show how to make the button appear 'selected'. ;)
(30.08.2006, 17:27)

Robert:-
I am wondering how I can take the text which is used here as embedded css and turn it into a seperate linked sheet? Anyone have any insight there?
(26.09.2006, 02:36)

Ed:-
Thanks for a fab menu, Stu, just noticed a little typo which makes the far left border yellow and not grey as you intended:

.menu .gg {border-color:#d5d[3c]a #fff #fff #d5d[c3]a; margin:3px;}

I suppose that makes me a pixelista!
(31.03.2007, 15:57)

Stu:-
Ed, two years and nobody has spotted that. Many thanks now corrected.
(31.03.2007, 20:25)

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