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    hey friends i want to add a sub menu to that menu but all in vain. please help me thats my pen for menu…



    But your code does not include a submenu.

    I don’t understand your problem. I don’t think you are trying very hard.

    Anyway…here’s one I keep around.


    Hi, I re-wrote your navigation entire css. Here you go…. The home anchor has the drop-down.

    BTW, don’t ever contain nav with dropdowns with container with overflow hidden, cause the dropdown won’t work.


    @jurotek thanx man love you


    @Junaid Farooq, thanx for the love man :), but I got to tell you something. After I gave you solution, I realized that I am helping you with something I frown up on for quite sometime and that is dropdowns.

    I don’t use them in my work anymore cause I found them to be questionable from UX standpoint. I asked myself many times, why am I forcing user to hover-select, hover-select over and over again instead just present the child links inline below the nav after the parent link is clicked. IMO, approach like this is much more user friendly.

    On top of it all, I am hearing lately that the hover state does not work on all handheld devices OS but I can’t confirm that cause I don’t own any.

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