Re: Using DIV for nav menus
Bill McCormick wrote:
> I've started using DIV tags instead of TABLE et. al. to build
> navigation menu's. I'm using CSS and the pseudo class *hover* to achieve
> a flyover effect. The only thing I can't seem to do is make all the menu
> selection flyover's the same width. (see http://ace-co.ath.cx/products
> Is this possible?
Welcome to the club! I fixed it with "white-space: pre;". Maybe not the
most elegant solution, but it worked for me, - until someone comes up
with a better idea, that is.
- Re: Using DIV for nav menus
... On Mon, 29 Aug 2005 20:15:28 GMT, Bill McCormick wrote: ... > I've started using DIV tags instead of TABLE et. al. to build ... I'm using CSS and the pseudo class *hover* to achieve ... Prev by Date: ...
- Re: Opinions, Help, Suggestions wanted
... the reason why the top navigation does works is that div tags are no longer ... what is wrong with the scripts? ... > it is going to be a website where I am gonna sell computer case modding ...
- Re: Frame problems...
... You could either style your pages using CSS. ... you could have a div for the navigation and one for the content. ... There's no way you can load content. ... A combination of scrolling div and I-frame would do the trick -- although you'd have to validate as 'transitional' if you want to load content into the I-frame from a link in the navigation. ...
- Re: IE Crash on width
- css and the unordered list (li, etc)