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Does anyone know how I can make a horizontal drop down menu? Do you have the html code that I can use? For example, so like this:http://megcabot.com/I tried getting the code from this blog, but it didn't work for some reason.http://www.alistapart.com/articles/horizdropdownsThanks!
I use the one from Stu Nicholls on cssplay. If you go to my site, you will see a dropdown with multiple levels and a little graphic in front of each. You have a lot of options on his site, however.www.LiberalsWin.com for a sample.
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I use the one from Stu Nicholls on cssplay. If you go to my site, you will see a dropdown with multiple levels and a little graphic in front of each. You have a lot of options on his site, however.www.LiberalsWin.com for a sample.
Thanks Jerry62704! I went to the site you recommended, but the webmaster does have the CSS/html code for all his tutorials. I visited the "menu" page and it only has the CSS code for the first few links. As for the "Menu - Definition List", he doesn't have the codes.Anyway, I found another code for a drop down menu at http://sperling.com/examples/menuh/, but it only works in Firefox and not IE. What can I do to make it function in IE? The menu shows up in IE , but there is not drop down. Am I missing a code for it to work in IE?Thanks.
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Thanks Jerry62704! I went to the site you recommended, but the webmaster does have the CSS/html code for all his tutorials. I visited the "menu" page and it only has the CSS code for the first few links. As for the "Menu - Definition List", he doesn't have the codes.Anyway, I found another code for a drop down menu at http://sperling.com/examples/menuh/, but it only works in Firefox and not IE. What can I do to make it function in IE? The menu shows up in IE , but there is not drop down. Am I missing a code for it to work in IE?Thanks.
Stu's menus (cssplay) are css only menus. That's why I used them - no javascript that a user could turn off. He has tons of those type of menus. But you can find lots of others on other sites.To have a menu work on IE 6 or under you have to put part of it in tables. The general idea is to have a list floated or displayed inline. That gives you the horizonal layout. Within each of those <li>, you can have new unordered lists which are the drop downs. I find it tedious to position them which is why I use pre-canned menus.
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