And a final one in this series to show how compact this menu can be.
Again the top level tabs are of unknown width that depends on the text within and the sub levels will now drop down over the active sub level. This one also has 'invisible' overrun on the dropline so that you can move the mouse off the bottom and the menu will not immediately collapse.
As in the previous example, you can now click any of the links, top tabs or dropline, and the page will reload with your selection as the current highlighted choice.
This is done using php to read the query string and write the 'current' and 'current_sub' classes into the chosen link and sub-link when the page is reloaded.
Works in IE5.5, IE6, Firefox, Opera and should be ok in Netscape, Mozilla and Safari.
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