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CSS drop down menus and SSIs

Is it possible to create a pure CSS (no JS) horizontal drop-down navigation menu using only css AND use includes for that navigation item? Most of the examples I see do not put their navigation in an include file.

My problem is that my navigation is in an SSI. Since the include file only includes the body portion, I'm not sure how to proceed in creating a pure CSS horizontal drop-dowm menu compatible in most browsers. Most of the tutorials rely on code (to fix the IE hover problem) being placed in the head portion of the .html (or .shtml, .aso, whatever) file. So since my navigation is in an include file, I don't know how to make it work. Even if JS must be used, is it necessary to include some code (such as IE hover fixes) on every page of the site?
Oct 2 '07 #1
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CSS is only concerned with styling HTML elements and their content on the browser/client side. Since a SSI just includes other elements and content placed on the server side, there shouldn't be any issues doing that.
Oct 2 '07 #2

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