A new and revised dropdown menu with an easy method of adding a 'current' top line selection and also a 'current' sub-menu selection.
Previous examples have used separate unordered lists for each of the top level links with their own sub levels, which required a different method of styling the current selection. Whereas this method has the whole menu in one unordered top level list requiring only the addition of two classes to indicate which links are current.
The current links are open on page entry but will be overridden when hovering over any of the other tabs. The current selection will re-appear when the mouse moves off the menu.
This menu also has an option to have the sub-menu left or right aligned.
This menu has been tested and works in IE6, IE7, Firefox, Opera, Safari(PC) and Google Chrome.
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