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Thread: Menu Question

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    I am looking at changing my main menu to CSS versus HTML. Any good CSS people with a simple solution. I'm trying to lighten my code vs text ratio on the pages.
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    You can't have a menu without HTML. Do you mean you want to have image rollovers in CSS instead of javascript?

    The menu at the top of your page already uses CSS rollovers. If you want to make image rollovers:

    Create a graphic for the button. When you are happy with it, double the size of your graphic. I usually double it in length, and you're about to see why. Copy your button into the new part, and change the color or whatever attribute you wanted to change. In other words, make the top your "regular" and the bottom your "hover". In the CSS, (make sure to declare a width!), for the a:link set the background position to top and for the a:hover set it to bottom.
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    Since I am lazy enough, I personally use flashmenufactory. I believe is the most easy way to create webmenus.

    See:
    http://www.flashmenufactory.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by superwebguy
    Since I am lazy enough, I personally use flashmenufactory. I believe is the most easy way to create webmenus.

    See:
    http://www.flashmenufactory.com/
    By which we mean `non-standard, non-semantic, entirely flash-based menus'. Flashy, but not accessible at all.

    (Unless I misunderstood what the program does.)

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    Thanks for all of the replies. Mu goal is to make it in CSS to cut back on the amount of code. CSS also gives ease og management which would be nice overall.

    I will be staying away from flash for the design because of lack of the search engine ability to spider the site.
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