Although not as slick as the ones using my normal method, this one does at least allow you to have as many columns as you want, where each column can be styled separately and hold as any links as you want, and as with all the float/drop menus this one can be 'tabbed' to select any link (for those browsers that support tabbing).
The position of the columns can be styled individually and the columns can be left or right aligned.
The above demo has one, two and three columns, with the three columns centered below the parent link, and the two columns both left and right aligned so that they stay within the page boundary
Tested and working in IE6, IE7, IE8, IE9, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome, Flock, SeaMonkey, iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
I have also added CSS3 link styling of corner radii and drop shadows for those browsers that support these styles.
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