5 Replies Latest reply on Aug 6, 2007 5:00 AM by Newsgroup_User

    css menu help

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      I've looked at the sample on
      http://www.cssdrive.com/index.php/examples/exampleitem/dashed_vertical_menu/P40/

      Can anybody help explaning how I can make an addition to the code so I can
      have the last item in the menu without the dashed line?


        • 1. Re: css menu help
          Level 7
          On Mon, 6 Aug 2007 10:55:34 +0200, "Bob" <no@mail.com> wrote:

          >I've looked at the sample on
          > http://www.cssdrive.com/index.php/examples/exampleitem/dashed_vertical_menu/P40/
          >
          >Can anybody help explaning how I can make an addition to the code so I can
          >have the last item in the menu without the dashed line?
          >

          <li><a href="#" tabindex="6"
          style="border-bottom:hidden">Links</a></li>
          --

          ~Malcolm N....
          ~
          • 2. Re: css menu help
            Level 7
            On Mon, 6 Aug 2007 10:55:34 +0200, "Bob" <no@mail.com> wrote:

            >I've looked at the sample on
            > http://www.cssdrive.com/index.php/examples/exampleitem/dashed_vertical_menu/P40/
            >
            >Can anybody help explaning how I can make an addition to the code so I can
            >have the last item in the menu without the dashed line?
            >


            Typical - this works in Firefox but not IE6 !!!
            <li><a href="#" tabindex="6"
            style="border-bottom:hidden">Links</a></li>

            this works in both

            <li><a href="#" tabindex="6" style="border-bottom: 0">Links</a></li>
            --

            ~Malcolm N....
            ~
            • 3. Re: css menu help
              Level 7
              It's incorrect syntax, really. Hidden is not a legal value for the
              border-bottom style.

              In fact, the preferred way is border-bottom:none;.

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              "Malcolm N_" <malcom@mgnixon.org.uk> wrote in message
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              > On Mon, 6 Aug 2007 10:55:34 +0200, "Bob" <no@mail.com> wrote:
              >
              >>I've looked at the sample on
              >> http://www.cssdrive.com/index.php/examples/exampleitem/dashed_vertical_menu/P40/
              >>
              >>Can anybody help explaning how I can make an addition to the code so I can
              >>have the last item in the menu without the dashed line?
              >>
              >
              >
              > Typical - this works in Firefox but not IE6 !!!
              > <li><a href="#" tabindex="6"
              > style="border-bottom:hidden">Links</a></li>
              >
              > this works in both
              >
              > <li><a href="#" tabindex="6" style="border-bottom: 0">Links</a></li>
              > --
              >
              > ~Malcolm N....
              > ~


              • 4. Re: css menu help
                Level 7
                On Mon, 6 Aug 2007 06:35:55 -0400, "Murray *ACE*"
                <forums@HAHAgreat-web-sights.com> wrote:

                >It's incorrect syntax, really. Hidden is not a legal value for the
                >border-bottom style.
                >
                >In fact, the preferred way is border-bottom:none;.


                Yes - ;-)
                I did it with guess what - DW !

                I put the code in DW - added style border - and DW offered the code
                and I saw the hidden and used that.

                So it was Dw suggesting the code. I was going to us 0 or as you say
                none until I saw hidden, and FF accepted it.

                Still no deal - yet another small piece of information lodged in the
                grey matter ;-)

                --

                ~Malcolm N....
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                • 5. Re: css menu help
                  Level 7
                  Apologies. I just checked my reference, and "hidden" is correct for
                  border-style.

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                  "Malcolm N_" <malcom@mgnixon.org.uk> wrote in message
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                  > On Mon, 6 Aug 2007 06:35:55 -0400, "Murray *ACE*"
                  > <forums@HAHAgreat-web-sights.com> wrote:
                  >
                  >>It's incorrect syntax, really. Hidden is not a legal value for the
                  >>border-bottom style.
                  >>
                  >>In fact, the preferred way is border-bottom:none;.
                  >
                  >
                  > Yes - ;-)
                  > I did it with guess what - DW !
                  >
                  > I put the code in DW - added style border - and DW offered the code
                  > and I saw the hidden and used that.
                  >
                  > So it was Dw suggesting the code. I was going to us 0 or as you say
                  > none until I saw hidden, and FF accepted it.
                  >
                  > Still no deal - yet another small piece of information lodged in the
                  > grey matter ;-)
                  >
                  > --
                  >
                  > ~Malcolm N....
                  > ~