7364RE: [NH] CSS drop down menus
- Jan 26, 2014Find one you like and view source, copy what you need and modify it. I've done that many times, just to get the hang of how it is
written. You learn a lot doing that.
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Mike Breiding - Morgantown WV
Sent: Sunday, January 26, 2014 06:41
Subject: Re: [NH] CSS drop down menus
On 1/26/2014 5:33 AM, Axel Berger wrote:
> Mike Breiding - Morgantown WV wrote:
> > There are indeed lots of good ones.
> > But all the expanding (accordion) menus I saw used js.
> Scripting isn't that bad actually (bet you didn't expect me to say that),
Right you are about that!
As with most 'puter stuff it appears I "know just enough to be
dangerous". So, on your explanation I will consider a menu with script
However, I still have not been able to find the one I am looking for and
I certainly do not have the ability to write one.
> provided you provide a non-script css-only alternative first and overwrite
> that through a script. The advantage is, the non-scripted version need not
> be as nice and elegant, as long as it's functional, as those visitors who
> get to see it have already told you, they don't care much about these
> things. For all the rest scripting is fine, so why not let them have it?
> As long as it's not purely gratuitous but really enhances something,
> scripting does have its place in good design. It must not be mandatory for
> basic functionality but that's about it as far as restrictions go.
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