I don't have time to write about this menu now, and I barely remember
making it, but you can check out www.creeksidebanquet.com, and my
article on A List Apart, at www.alistapart.com/articles/hybrid/,
though it has an extra layer of complexity you don't need. Write me
privately if you have questions about these, and I'll respond when I'm
not at work.
On 9/21/05, Kristina Floyd [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Eric Shepherd wrote:
> > Also, there's no relationship right now between your top nav bar and
> > the subnav - if the subnav is related to HOME, for example, it should
> > be a nested list (ideally) or less ideally have some sort of heading
> > that identifies it as a subnav. If I look at the page non-styled, the
> > subnav simply lines up as list items following the upper nav, so it
> > appears to be at the same hierarchy.
> Thank you for all your advice I have taken it all on board.
> Re; the topNav and subNav, and subNav being a sublist of topNav - I
> totally agree and really want to do this. The trouble is I'm really
> struggling to make it work in the two horizontal lists as they are
> visually. Do you know of any examples that I could follow and learn from?
> Thanks again.
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