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    Default [DHTML] DHTML Menu System

    1) CODE TITLE:
    ModestMenus 1.0

    2) AUTHOR NAME/NOTES:
    Dave Rankin (http://dave.caretcake.com)

    3) DESCRIPTION:
    Cross-browser, lightweight DHTML menu system that uses straightforward CSS for layout and style. This system is purposefully very light on frills but provides with you with stable code that can easily be manipulated in a lot of ways.

    4) URL TO CODE:
    http://dave.caretcake.com/software/m...overview.rhtml
    (all pages on http://dave.caretcake.com serve as a demo, because the site's navigation itself is done through this menu system)

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    Not bad, but it's a little disappointing that it relies on document.write() and innerHTML. Otherwise a good job though.
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    Thanks for the comments Twey. I understand your feelings about document.write() and innerHTML. I have a to-do list going of revisions I want to make in future versions of this and refactoring those parts to do the same thing through DOM manipulation instead of the current method is definitely on my list.

    Anyway, thanks again for taking a look and for the feedback.

    -Dave

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