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Anonym:-
Having been trying to do this for ages and not daring to ask you about it, all I can say is "Thankyou". You have been an inspiration in CSS for me for ages now and I promise that a donation will be forthcoming (after pay day;o)) ).
Cheers
Carol
(29.06.2006, 14:01)

Stu:-
Carol, my pleasure. Glad it is of use to you.
(29.06.2006, 14:27)

RX:-
very nice it is funny that i actually started to try to accomplish this same task 2 days ago but i.e 6 was having problems with the transition from the slide to the next link.

Kudos very nice.
(30.06.2006, 00:29)

Stu:-
RX, that was my main problem. The answer was to have all sub level menus the same height (that of the heighest sub level).
(30.06.2006, 07:54)

RX:-
ya here was my attempt that i was going to put on my site.

www.rx2-designs.com/example

since your version came out before mine was finished should i use yours instead?

you would get full credit of course.

its a non-profit site except for the templates "which i will not use the slide menu on"
(30.06.2006, 12:06)

Stu:-
RX, you can use my method if you wish.
(30.06.2006, 12:24)

Cameron:-
I actually made a cleaner example when playing around with the original drop down menu. I think i just changed the float to center instead of left
(01.07.2006, 19:19)

Stu:-
Cameron, my previous drop down menus use position:absolute to position the drop down sub levels. This cannot be used to 'push' the next top level item below the sub level.
(01.07.2006, 19:59)

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