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Todd:-
Stu, just when I think you can't outdo yourself...you DO!!! This is a great solution!
(16.03.2006, 16:44)

Stu:-
Todd, glad you like the new menu. This one was stumbled upon whilst trying something else but I am quite pleased with the results.
(17.03.2006, 10:26)

alban:-
Hello. could you tell me what means : "Please note that you will also need a standards compliant !doctype for this menu to work correctly." (my menus do'nt work... I do'nt understand the procedure for installing the 2 css).
But thank you, your site is very amazing!
(29.03.2006, 10:02)

Stu:-
alban, visit www.w3.org/QA/2002/04/valid-dtd-list.html

and select the doctype that you require.
The method of linking the css is clearly shown in my page source code.
(30.03.2006, 13:26)

David:-
Stu
This is an excelent menu type.
Being a bit slow on the uptake can you explain where the class="hide" is located?
Its not in either of the CSS flies linked to the page, and I cant find it in your main cssplay.css file either.
(23.04.2006, 16:06)

Stu:-
David, the .hide style is in the dropline_ie.css file.
.menu ul li a.hide, .menu ul li a:visited.hide {display:none;}
Not that if you use my later method of conditional comments then this is not required.
(23.04.2006, 16:40)

Lee:-
Love this menu. I was just wondering if it can be modified in the following ways:

1. have rounded corners for the top level navigation

2. have the submenu display always but only for the page that the user is currently on, i.e disable the hover.


Awesome.

Thanks.
(30.08.2006, 16:23)

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