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    jobsearch's Fancy Menu Design - How

    I wonder if anyone knows a way to implement the menu on the left hand side at www.jobsearch.com.au I have looked at their code and have tried various things but to now success can any one help me please.

    Any help appreciated.

    Regards

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    Hmm. Works for a mouse in Firefox and IE, with javascript an/or cookies disabled. BUT I can't get it to work with just the tab key.

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    I'm using Firefox 1.0.7 on WinXP and I can tab to the link header, then hitting the ENTER key zips or unzips the menu below. Ice_Man, are you trying to implement their DHTML menu system on a site you're building? If you are we need the HTML, JavaScript and CSS used. A link to an example page would work just fine.

    Although I don't know how the implementation of the DHTML menu, at this point, involves Web Accessibility. What problems are you having?

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    OK, I can get it fine, now. Must have been having a senior moment before.

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    i haven't got at page up at this point in time i was just looking at different menu options when i came accross this one,

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    So do you actually want something accessible, or are you just looking for a dhtml/javascript solution?
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