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John:-
Stu, is it possible to display the text for the active Monet ( default right ) instead of the empty black space. This is a very practical design
(15.06.2005, 09:48)

Stu:-
John, in the same way as the vertical menu, just give the Monet <span> a class and make it always display.
(15.06.2005, 12:20)

mrruben5:-
Amazing as usual :P
(17.06.2005, 15:00)

Tiago Serafim:-
Stu,
I´ve tried to make the <span> always visible but I can´t make it work... Could you please give me some tip on how to do this?
Thanks in advance,
(11.07.2005, 02:57)

Stu:-
Tiago, firstly you will need to change the #menu width to allow for the span text. Then just replace the #menu li a span {display:none;} with the styling for the #menu li a:hover span.
(11.07.2005, 08:17)

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