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    Hey guys, I’m having a little problem, our designer recklessly designed a little awkward menu(, now the client insists on coding it like this.

    So I’m trying to find the best way to do it, ideally the whole button should be click-able/hover-able(that’s the main problem, since the button actually ends in the first third of the next one) and gotta be flexible(not fixed width), how would you approach it? I want to use the least shizzle wizzle(areas, excessive use of images etc) as possible..



    I’m guess you might be able to play with this: but It might take some time and browser support (IE) would not be super-deep.


    It definitely is possible to do but I’d be freakin’ at the designer, who obviously knows little about front-end development, just because something looks good on paper doesn’t mean it can be done efficiently on the web.


    I don’t think there’s a safe and quick way to do it without javascript/flash or image maps..
    You’ll always end up clicking the wrong element when the pointer is in between two tabs

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