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Subject:Your websites
Summary:Do you use the menu on your website?
Author:Patrick Brosset
Date:2005-06-06 21:35:45
Update:2005-06-08 21:53:09

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Picture of Patrick Brosset Patrick Brosset - 2005-06-06 21:35:45
Hi all,
Thanks you al for downloading my class. I've had a lot of encouraging feedback. That's great.
Please, tell me if you use my class on your website. I'd be glad to see it running live and to see how much you guys have customized it to suit your needs.


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Picture of olivier percebois olivier percebois - 2005-06-08 13:05:40 - In reply to message 1 from Patrick Brosset
Salut Patrick

I downloaded also your class, and checked it : the code is wonderful!
I planned to use the xPandMenu, but the client don't this anymore (YOu known, the constant little change style...).
However, since the code is so nice, I'm thinking about adding a class to generate drop-down menus, probably based on suckerfish, to keep the philosophy of the class.

So sorry no live exemple, but again compliments for your work!

a very minor accessibility issue in your css:
The change of font size in Firefox is not very nice on the menu. I would recommend to take off the css the fixed sizes (in px).


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Picture of Patrick Brosset Patrick Brosset - 2005-06-08 21:53:09 - In reply to message 2 from olivier percebois
Thanks Olivier.
I've always used pixel sizes so far in my CSS because I wanted to have control over the look of my sites, but I never actually had a look at things when the user selects an alternate font-size in his browser.
I wanted to learn how to use and switch to 'em' anyway. Thanks for reminding me.