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    mmLoadMenus question

    Hi,

    Can someone please help me.

    Im redoing the site http://bardejov.org/index.html
    and the wip page is http://bardejov.org/index-1-15-13.html

    I can't get the pull down "About Us" to work the same.

    I put the new css page as
    http://bardejov.org/drfstyle.txt

    Can someone please help me and show me what needs to be changed.

    Thank You,
    David

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    A css page has to have a .css extension, AFAIK. I don't think .txt will work.
    ^_^

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    It is css I just made it txt so one can see it, in order to fix it.

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    Ummm...is there any way we can get you to *STOP* usng ANY AND ALL JavaScript code that is generated by DreamWeaver? The correct name for that product SHOULD be "NightmareStalker".

    DrunkWalker produces *THE WORST* JavaScript code of any product I know of.

    There are tons and tons of *good* JavaScript-based menus out there, any one of which would be better than what DoofusWhomper is giving you.

    It's probably possible to figure out what DuckWhacker is doing and rewrite it to work, but honest, it would be easier to start over with *good* code.
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    A pessimist sees the glass as half empty.
    A realist drinks it no matter how much there is.


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