On 11/24/05, cFA [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Hey everyone, I was goin good with my son of suckerfish until the client
> wanted images in the top level. Here is a test page of the code im working
> on, its really starting to get over my head now and I could use some help in
> a major way if someone can spot how to fix it.
> its gotta be IE5+ compat. (which it was just peachy prior to the images) Ive
> been using this image replacement nav for a few years now and its pretty
> much bullet proof, so I decided I would incorporate it into the suckerfish
I'm not sure how well the two techniques could go together. What I
would do in your case is just use <img> tags in the top level li's.
Img tags are fine since they degrade to plain text alt tags when
images are turned off.
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