CSS Drive Menu Designs Horizontal menu designs, Multiple Levels

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kinda weird padding on first and last menu items...not sure if it was meant to look like that, but looks weird anyway…

#1: aguy on 01/24 at 01:57 AM

Aguy, thank you for your comment. That kind of padding was intentional in my idea. There are two basic reasons: the last item has the same right margin as the rest of text on this site - so if the last one is like this, the first one should be like this, too. The second reason is the IE 6.0 behavior (blah...).

#2: Lukasz Bachur on 01/25 at 03:45 PM

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