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CSS Question (homepage with nav bar and quick links)

Hey, I'm redesigning the home page for my university department, and would like to know if anyone has a good css framework to work with. The page would require a navigation table (doesn't matter if it's horizontal or vertical), as well as a quick links news window. I'm using a www.planzo.com calendar, and I would like to link the events to a quick news window on the home page. Not sure how to do that. Any suggestions would help. The current home page already has a navigation table, but the buttons don't work very well with most browsers (other than EI). I was looking at cssplay but couldn't find an example that I really like. Any links would help as well. Thanks in advance, and if you want more details on what I'm trying to put together, just let me know.
Sep 22 '07 #1
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drhowarddrfine
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the buttons don't work very well with most browsers (other than EI).
Then the markup is wrong. Never use IE as a reference for how things should work.
I was looking at cssplay but couldn't find an example that I really like.
Try Listamatic.
Sep 22 '07 #2

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