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arttext
07-14-2011, 06:19 PM
I'm searching for a (customizable) script which allows me to make a simple drop-down menu. It might not look like a whole lot, but there's more to it than it seems.
With any menu builder one can make such a menu BUT since I am restricted to a non html regular font I have to use (small) images with white on black text in that specific font, in order to show always this font to a visitor. Since the page background will also be black, the menu just looks like simple text.

any help, advice or directions are highly appreciated.

jmrker
07-14-2011, 07:43 PM
I'm searching for a (customizable) script which allows me to make a simple drop-down menu. It might not look like a whole lot, but there's more to it than it seems.
With any menu builder one can make such a menu BUT since I am restricted to a non html regular font I have to use (small) images with white on black text in that specific font, in order to show always this font to a visitor. Since the page background will also be black, the menu just looks like simple text.

any help, advice or directions are highly appreciated.
:confused:
What does your current menu look like or do you have a link to the problem?
Are you using CSS to control the display or deprecated <font> tags?
Where are the images you need to use in the menu?

We can help or point you in the right direction, but you need to supply the baseline data.
Do you have an example menu you are trying to emulate if you have not designed your own?

arttext
07-16-2011, 08:08 AM
:confused:
What does your current menu look like or do you have a link to the problem?
Are you using CSS to control the display or deprecated <font> tags?
Where are the images you need to use in the menu?

We can help or point you in the right direction, but you need to supply the baseline data.
Do you have an example menu you are trying to emulate if you have not designed your own?

Problem is solved in another way. I learned that I could use non-standard browser fonts through the @font-face styling tag (my html skills are somewhat obsolete :-/.) So I don't have to use the route through these buttons.



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