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It renders poorly both on iPhone and iPad. It also suffers from a common problem on the iPad - the appearance of extraneous lines and gaps (in this case, over the top of the menu, appearing to "join" the tabs). Furthermore, there is still a problem with the tap-navigation behavior on iPad: tapping on the top link is supposed to open the menu, so that top link has to be a "#" type 'non-link', otherwise the top link would take you wherever it goes without showing you the rest of the submenu.

It's better to detect the iPhone or iPad and then specifically present code using a CSS3 menu for those devices.
(15.03.2011, 12:19)


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