Professional image droplist menu

18th August 2009











CSS play for Smart Menus

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Information

Another droplist menus, but this time using top level images and text to show the content of the droplist.

The top level image blocks can have a separate link in the bottom text line and hovering the image or top text will open the droplist. The droplist can contain descriptive text followed by links in columns and a final bottom line of text with further link(s).

Thes droplists can be set up with two or three columns of links and can be made to drop to the right or to the left to keep the droplist within the boundaries of the page.

This menu has been tested and works in IE6, IE7, IE8, Firefox, Opera, Safari(PC) and Google Chrome.

This menu also works correctly in IE8 without the need for IE7 emulation mode.


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