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This has been split from the previous dual purpose menu because the extra styling was getting in the way of producing a working demonstration. This now works in Opera and will resize without breaking. I think that using display:table in this way does not compromise the CSS as it will still degrade to an unordered list.
(25.07.2005, 19:02)

I have also found a way of getting IE to work without the hack of using the 'del' tag. I will publish my finding later.
(26.07.2005, 10:01)

Richard V:-
yet again you rule... :)
aligned left navigation no more!!
(26.07.2005, 17:12)

Could this code help for centering in IE5 MAC

.floatedNav {
(07.10.2005, 15:09)

Q2: If needed to have three equally spaced list-items, is it needed to use width:99% on the parent ul and do width:33% for the li styles
(07.10.2005, 15:14)

The example code shown on the page differs from teh code used in the source of your page - Thus meaning it works in Opera but not in IE - I had to add a 2nd containing div as shown in your source to get it to work with IE.
(16.11.2005, 13:09)

Neil, I actually make a note that this is required for it to work in IE as part of the text - 'and then using text-align:center; in an outer div'.
(17.11.2005, 20:44)

Quick question... when using a clone bookmarklet to replicate slower page rendering, the nav that has unknown width stacks on top of each other. Have you any idea how to stop tis happening? its driving me nuts...
(29.11.2005, 16:19)

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