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CSS Cross-Browser Table-Like Two-Tier Hybrid Navigation Menu

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I know what I want. That's the first step right? Now the question is... is it possible.

Using embedded unordered lists I want to display a horizontal navigation menu with potential sub-menus that display in as a vertical menu. The tricky thing is I also want the top menu to be more like a table in that it displays 100% across the browser's width with the menu items spaced out evenly across the page.

I've managed to get partial ways a number of times. I can do the drop-down menus easily ... but then I can't get it to show like a table at 100%.

I can get a 100% table view in firefox but not internet explorer...

Does anyone know of examples or tutorials for this affect?

Mar 4 '07 #1
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Google is your friend. Two of the best for such things are:
Stu Nicholl's CSSPlay
css-discuss (scroll down to lists and menus)

You can also post what code you have so we can play with it. This shouldn't be particular difficult at all.
Mar 4 '07 #2

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