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Arrow Green Vertical Menu

Author: Ian Main (with changes by Dynamic Drive)

Arrow Green Menu is a vertical list based menu that uses a single background image to create 3 distinct states, by shifting the image vertically to reveal a different style. The last state is user applied, by giving the desired element a CSS class of ".selected".


Single image used (two flavors):

The CSS:

Note: The image path referenced in the CSS above assumes you're using the first green image. If you're using the second, be sure to update the image path accordingly.


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Date Posted: 09/15/2008

Revision History: None

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The comment chopped out some of the code on the include a the end.
all the links have classes:
href="50plus.html" class="50plus"
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Posted by Wordpress Theme on 04/15, 07:06 AM
fix your theme :) i use IE8beta1 and your theme is not compatibly to my IE. In firefox3.03 is ok. my project is debt quote
Posted by Jerry Trong on 05/06, 01:19 AM
This is the best theme that I had seen always!
Posted by " rel="nofollow">Karl William on 05/06, 11:45 PM
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Posted by Mailing list broker on 05/29, 12:42 AM
I like this CSS sprites technique. If you give me a psd file, I can simply change the color for my designs.
Posted by aloy on 06/04, 10:19 AM

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