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    Hi There,

    I built a nav menu to replace a poorly done .js menu, but I can figure out how to code so that the widths for the drop down menus are formatted to the the longest title. I.e currently the font size is set to small so that all the text is seen, however I would like to be able to increase the size to match the main menu titles size while still having each menu title fitting on one line (like the existing menu on the site). Does anyone know how I can code this?

    The new nav menu is located at www.fallick.com/test/test.html, the current menu can be viewed at www.fallick.com...

    Any help would be GREATLY appreciated!

    Thanks,
    Dre

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    I hope this isn't viewed as selfish personal promotion, but I just finished writing a blog on this topic. If you are interested, here is the link to the post:
    http://beloudonline.wordpress.com/20...evel-css-menu/

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    Selfish promotion? Not if it's this helpful.
    THANKS!
    I've been looking for something like this for a while now. Clear, step-by step, easy to understand - I had been trying to accomplish this with javascript but was having all kinds of conflicts.
    And I can now figure out how to call this with PHP - it's a good step towards fixing a problem I was having in one of my WordPress Themes.
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    I tried it with JavaScript myself originally and was having issues getting past the second teir. Glad I could help and thanks for the "like"!

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    That was exactly my problem in javascript - third tier was showing properly onMouseover but onClick the whole thing snapped shut like a steel trap.
    Good design should never say "Look at me!"
    It should say "Look at this." ~ David Craib


    http://digitalinsite.ca ~ my current site . . info@digitalinsite.ca ~ my email

    If you feel that someone's post helped you fix your problem, answered your question, or just made you feel better, feel free to "Like" their post. The "Like" link is at the bottom right of each post, along side the "reply" link. And if you are being helped here, try to help someone else - pass it on!

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    I 2nd Alphamare - it's all about self promotion, it doesn't have to sound like a "dirty" word! Thanks a ton for this, it was exactly what I needed and worked like a charm!


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