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Re: Dropdown menus: Good Practice?


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Most of it (beginning with MM_) is the standard crap Dreamweaver spits out  
so it would be covered by their license. However, you don't want to use it.


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Re: Dropdown menus: Good Practice?

Beauregard T. Shagnasty wrote:

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Not about code, but two words: mouse gestures.  :)

I just removed the back/forward buttons from my main toolbar.

WRT dropdowns, one site I frequent has two rows of them at the top of
the content part of the window, below the logo'n'stuff at the very top.
One is essentially for the whole site, and the one below it is for the
section the user is in.  So if you happen to mouse down and pass over
the top row of dropdowns, one of them expands and covers part of the
bottom row, and it's usually the bottom row (the section-specific one)
that the user is interested in -- that's why he's in that section.


From up in your browser's toolbars/menus), try and click the "Stats"
button on the second row.

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