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    Hi,
    I am on the final leg of completing my dropdown menu test and now I'm wondering how to use CSS to "highlight" the entire link and its background, instead of doing the usual HTML link underline. A websites that highlights the link and its background is: www.Adobe.com but they use some advanced javascripting.

    I have found a way to get by my problem or so I thought. I used   to "fill" up the link's background but it's a tacky job and doesn't fill up the link.

    Here's what I have so far:

    http://www.design415.com/constructio.../menutest.html

    Thanks!

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    Senior Member audiofreak9's Avatar
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    I took a better look at your css, add the following to the css:

    a.navlinks {
    display: block;
    }

    //

    Also, you are aware your links fall apart in FF?

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    Senior Member Arkette's Avatar
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    As well as audiofreak9's piece of CSS you need to change everything in your style definitions to lower-case.
    End of Line.


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