CSS only drop-lists

4th May 2007


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Information

A small change from the normal drop down / flyout navigation, this one is shows a drop down list of links that can be grouped together using definition lists.

The drop down lists can have different background colors, span the whole menu width or be limited to any number of columns.

This example shows two three column full width set of links, a two column set spanning two columns and a single column set.

Tested in IE6, IE7, Firefox and Opera.

This makes use of two imges.

The vertical separator for the top level links:

vertical line

The red circled arrow:

white arrow

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