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Drop up menus?

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I am looking for an example of a CSS drop-down menu that goes up
instead of down. Does anyone have an example? I'd prefer pure CSS,
but a little javascript is OK.

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Rob

Oct 17 '06 #1
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www.broughtoncontrols.co.uk has a drop up menu.

I can highly recommend the Ultimate Drop Down Menu by Brothercake which
has this facility. It uses some javascript but links are not
javascript based. It is the recommended choice for many accessibility
developers. http://www.udm4.com

http://www.tjkdesign.com/articles/Pu...down_Menus.asp is
another one, though not sure about drop up facility. I have not used
this one but I believe this is pure css though.

Rick
www.e-connected.com

RobG wrote:
I am looking for an example of a CSS drop-down menu that goes up
instead of down. Does anyone have an example? I'd prefer pure CSS,
but a little javascript is OK.

--
Rob
Oct 18 '06 #2

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Rob,

Please do have a visit at:

http://www.cssplay.co.uk/menus/index.html

I'm sure you will find what you are looking for

Johan

www.Web-garden.be exploring webdesign

thehuby wrote:
www.broughtoncontrols.co.uk has a drop up menu.

I can highly recommend the Ultimate Drop Down Menu by Brothercake which
has this facility. It uses some javascript but links are not
javascript based. It is the recommended choice for many accessibility
developers. http://www.udm4.com

http://www.tjkdesign.com/articles/Pu...down_Menus.asp is
another one, though not sure about drop up facility. I have not used
this one but I believe this is pure css though.

Rick
www.e-connected.com

RobG wrote:
I am looking for an example of a CSS drop-down menu that goes up
instead of down. Does anyone have an example? I'd prefer pure CSS,
but a little javascript is OK.

--
Rob
Oct 18 '06 #3

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Jobe wrote:
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Rick
Thanks guys!

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Rob

Oct 19 '06 #4

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