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Condor:-
Wow, this looks amazing!

Just 2 comments:
1. The class="s1" is not needed.
2. The HTML would be more readable if you moved class="odd" to the LI (and adjusted the CSS accordingly).
(27.07.2007, 15:04)

Stu:-
Condor, I spent so long on this one trying to get it to work in all browsers that I left some earlier style in the html. The 'odd' suggestion has been incorporated along with hacks for this to work in IE5.5. Glad you like it.
(27.07.2007, 16:19)

Billy Girlardo:-
Stu, you are somethin else!

That's the first ziggy one I've seen, chalk one up for originality.
(27.07.2007, 17:14)

Antonia:-
Using this amazing zig-zag menu I want to place a link on the (same)page.
The link on the page is rather on top of the page where also the zigzagmenu folds out and does not work there. Solution possible?
(12.10.2007, 09:19)



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