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Thread: can css do this? [navagation]

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    rappers get tallywhacked

    can css do this? [navagation]

    hope everyone is well! I am trying to replicate this navigation:

    The difference being 3Form used javascript, and I would prefer to use CSS.

    I have made an attempt here:

    but, as you can see, I can't figure out how to make the "Pop-up" links flow where neatly below the main navigation, as 3Form accomplished. Can this be done with CSS? If so, how?


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    go check out listmatic. I think they have an example of this. I want to explain it but too lazy to do all the typing.. But yes it is possible

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    rappers get tallywhacked
    cool...I will check that out. thanks for the "keyword" homie......if anyone else has any resources or ideas I would love to hear those as well...

    I just realized that my "attempt" above doesn't work in IE, but it does in Firefox, so I guess that something else I'll have to look into.


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    You still need a bit of javascript, although you don't need to use an array for the items.
    Take a look here:

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    rappers get tallywhacked
    Hey Ditto, Thank you for the reply and the great link. Looks very helpful. Btw congrats on the mod status! you da bomb!

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    Thanks AgentFitz

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