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Noni:-
Hello stu, your site is excellent rich with lots of resources, thank you! i am using the basic drop down menu on my site. I am also including a link back to CSS play. cheers
(15.04.2006, 04:48)

Noni:-
hi stu,
its noni again, the one who is using the basic drop down menu, it works great on Firefox but not on IE6. Would you know how to solve the problem, hope to hear from you, thank you and regards
(19.04.2006, 03:02)

Stu:-
Noni, the usual reason in a non compliant !doctype or an xml declaration that throws IE into quirks mode.
(19.04.2006, 08:14)

Tim:-
Interesting problem on Firefox 1.0 for Mac and recent (common) versions of Firefox for PC... when you pull down, say, the MOZILLA dropdown and scroll down until your cursor is just over the ad at the bottom, as soon as it touches the border of the ad the dropdown collapses. Any ideas how to fix this? Tricky one . . .
(08.05.2006, 14:35)

Urs:-
Thank you very much for your great menu. When I add background images to the 'a' tags via CSS your menu works in Opera and FireFox on Win XP. But in MSIE the submenus do not open any more. Do you have an idea why? Thank you very much for your help.
(26.05.2006, 11:13)

Duke:-
Pretty impressive stuart.. I also notice you've totally redesigned the site.. Now it is full of Google ADs, and really annoying gif files that keep shouting messages at me when I'm trying to enjoy your work.

So you are officially a sell-out, but your work is fantastic!
(16.06.2006, 06:38)

Condor:-
A little nitpicking:
The CSS entry for .menu :hover will also highlight the table if I highlight an anchor in the dropdown.
In Firefox this will show the table as a 2x2px block just left of the dropdown.
(04.08.2006, 10:37)

Jim:-
Hi Stu

i been playing with this dropdown menu and figured out a way to have the primary menu items in different sizes and still keep the sub section a fixed width. works in the same browsers.

i dunno if you have done this but i been looking and i cant find it. if your interested let me know. i'll check this comments blog regularly
(24.08.2006, 03:26)

Stu:-
Jim, it has always been possible to change the width of each drop down menu and several of my examples use this feature.
(24.08.2006, 22:02)

Jim:-
Oh.. sorry i obviously havent looked properly..

which one is it?
(25.08.2006, 01:34)

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