IE7+, Firefox, Opera, Safari, Chrome, SeaMonkey, Avant, Flock, iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch
Another click action menu to rival the jQuery versions.
Click the top level list items with down arrows to show its droplist, which is automatically sized to hold the unordered list of links. This can contain any number of columns (up to the maximum that will fit within the menu width). The number of columns will automatically be centered within the droplist.
As explained in the previous menus, Internet Explorer is very buggy when it comes to the support for :active/:focus with the adjacent sibling selector and in this menu I have another method of solving this problem using a CSS Microsoft behavior (.htc) file which monitors mouse clicks and adjusts the positions of the sub menus to suit.
The droplist can be closed by either clicking another top level list item or using the 'Close X' shown at the top right of the droplist panel.
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