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Stone:-
Ah, I see you have the comments broken out by which page you were on when the comment was added (how slick)...

I see also that my question about links inside the em has been answered...
Bummer, this is so slick, but I need links in there.
Awesome awesome site.
stone
(02.03.2006, 19:47)

Mike C.:-
Haha, i just realized what Stone realized and the same question was just answered.
(06.03.2006, 07:24)

Rupert:-
A fantastic page! One question, why does the text to appear have to be nested in an 'em' and not a 'div' or similar.
Thanks for a fantastic site.
(26.04.2006, 23:14)

Stu:-
Rupert, only because it is embeded in a <p>....</p> and ems looked to be more correct than divs.
(27.04.2006, 18:42)

Blake:-
You are the best!
(02.05.2006, 01:15)

Clau:-
Great site! ^^

I may have found a limitation and am not sure how to go around it without including all the content's code in the same page. I was experimenting with a php include within the <em> tags. It works in IExplorer but not in Firefox.
(03.06.2006, 06:23)

Julian:-
Stu,

nice work. Pity about not being able to include links in the <em> because of nested links. Any way around that at all? Also, I've tried including a <form> in the <em> and that fails because as soon as a form field get focus the <em> disappears. Any way of modifying the javascript to counter that?

cheers

J.
(14.06.2006, 09:29)

Anonym:-
Stu,
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Reposted due to html not being turned off although you say it is ;)
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nice work. Pity about not being able to include links in 'em' the because of nested links. Any way around that at all? Also, I've tried including a form
in the 'em' and that fails because as soon as a form field get focus the 'em' disappears. Any way of modifying the javascript to counter that?


cheers

J.
(14.06.2006, 09:34)

Stu:-
Julian, html is turned off. What you are seeing is a 'bug' in Firefox that interprets the 'em' tag incorrectly. If you view in IE, Opera etc then the 'em' tag is displayed correctly. I have noticed this behaviour in other test pages and menus that I have produced.
(14.06.2006, 19:38)

Stu:-
Julian, It would be possible to include links if you use the 'tables' method that I use for the drop-down menus.
(14.06.2006, 21:40)

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