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Old 07-06-2005, 09:01 AM   #1
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Default No-Java, all-CSS dropdown menu

This very intresting horizontal dropdown menu uses tables (rather than JavaScript) to create the secondary (dropdown) menu lists. It works with most browsers, including MSIE.

Oh — it requires use of XHTML 1.1 DOCTYPE; and it does not validate. But it does seem to work.

By Stu Nicholls, whose site altogether warrants a bit of exploration. Many other menu ideas, layouts (including a CSS frame), no-graphic methods of creating round-cornered and even trickier box shapes, and some CSS animation tricks.

Useful? Maybe not always. But clever, and reading his explanations often illuminates some puzzling bit of CSS.

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