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    Hi there,

    Working on my css skills today following a tutorial on alistapart I ran into an interest problem, which, after banging my head on it all morning have not been able to figure out in the best manner. The tutorial is here

    It’s a basic ul navigation with hidden subnav. The subnav ul is positioned absolute within it’s parent. Here is an example.

    One thing I wanted to do was position the subnav ul so that all of the li were positioned at the top instead of next to the parent. The only way I’ve been able to get this to work is by making the ul li position:static which of course isn’t very elegant because everytime the parent ul is repositioned you have to do so with the child. Any advice would be awesome!



    Another question, not to deviate much from my original post, but in 2010 does it even make sense to try and create javascriptless menus?


    did you see this post viewtopic.php?f=2&t=8420 ?
    probably it could help you

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