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Ken Lans:-
For "iPad - Anywidth dropdown/flyout menu version 2" -- 1) Is there any way to get this drop down menu to display with the text centered on the screen (rather than all the way on the left + padding)? I've discovered that I can add padding to move where the text begins (for the 1st level links) further to the right, but the amount that centers it on my screen obviously is just for my screen. 2) there are an "arrowl.gif" and "arrow.gif" called for to be in an "ipad4" folder -- where can I get these gifs -- or can I just use any small gif or png? 3) When I test this menu by putting it into a test webpage I'm thinking of building to display some of my photos (just on my computer now), the "CloseX" displays when I hover over the links (on top) -- but not when I do so on your webpage (as I assume is the proper behavior, i.e. displaying "CloseX" on iPad and like, but not on "normal" screen (Using Safari 5.1.2 on my macbook pro).

Thanks for any suggestions.
(24.03.2012, 21:25)


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