> Mac's don't like div tags, true?
Utter and complete nonsense.
Resolution changes only affect the maximum width you can set your browser> switch resolutions
viewport for. A given viewport width will display identically on any
Make sure you look at the menu systems at PVII (all cross-platform/browser).
There are others you should look at, too, including the youngpup menus
(definitely not plug-n-play -
nice menu system at [url]http://www.kaosweaver.com[/url] or [url]http://www.tjkdesign.com[/url],
Trent Pastrana's at [url]http://www.fourlevel.com[/url], and Alexandru's at
[url]http://www.interaktonline.com[/url]. For sure, one of these will meet your
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"noobie2005" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
news:d84t7p$g9o$1forums.macromedia.com...> Yet again, you guys probably hate me by now. I wanted to know if this
> type of
> menu is possible, cross-platform, and browser compatiable. I over heard
> Mac's don't like div tags, true? And if so, how do I get around this? Also
> using this menu, the one posted in my previous post, does'nt work well if
> switch resolutions, one reason I've found out was because the size(duh) is
> different, one is bigger than the next. My coordinates are through off. Is
> there anyway I can get around this without using coords? Please, some one
> me? I don't care if you hack my code to bits if it means getting it to
> Just someone help me? I will really appreciate it. I won't post the code
> its in my other post: div tags and dynamic menus
> Thanks again!(and again , and again, and again.....)