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I have stripped out the flyout submenu styling, arranged the styling that is left into some order and added comments to help you see what is going on.
Update 30th July 2006 This has now been much simplified to bring into line with my latest discoveries.
The links are held in tables (the only way that IE will work with nested links), which in turn are held in unordered nested lists.
In this way, with css off, the links will degrade to a nested unordered list as one would expect.
If you want to play with this one, be warned, it is very tricky as you are playing with parallel css files and a dual purpose menu.
I have literally been trying to perfect this method for several months, but the breakthrough came with the production of the 'Link Calendar'.
If you look at the style, which is now embeded in the head of this page, you will not believe your eyes. Rumbaar: Funny I was looking for the site, that actually mentioned anyways Have you tried: A cross-browser drop-line cascading validating menu? DOCTYPE, and for Internet Explorer this MUST be the first line of your (x)html. --- Quote ---Use the correct Doc Type Definition (DTD)Please , please, please note that for most of my demonstrations to work, especially in Internet Explorer, you MUST use a standards compliant !With this method it is possible to have common CSS and browser specific CSS (nothing unusual there) but also common xhtml and browser specific xhtml.The Internet Explorer specific xhtml is hidden in 'conditional comments' and as such is invisible to the w3c validator so the page validates and is viewable as application/xhtml xml in browsers that understand. I think that it is a big improvement on my previous efforts and deserves a place as the ONLY CSS drop down cascading menu on the internet.