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DD Blue Blocks Menu

Author: Dynamic Drive

This is our rendition of a block looking vertical menu, inspired by the original Blue Blocks menu and based on the CSS used by the vertical menu of our sister site CSS Drive. It supports the insertion of menu headers to act as dividers between groups of menu links.


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Date Posted: 05/07/2006

Revision History: None

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This is my favorite vertical menu on the site, my opinion of course. Simple yet sweeet.
Posted by Kris on 09/15, 09:10 AM
I have been using one of your styles for the last year and love it ... I am back to re-fresh my site with another design ... thanks
Posted by Aubrey Clark on 09/16, 09:02 PM
DD Blue Blocks Menu works fine under firefox. But when i run it on the IE, gaps appear as a space(white space)under each list item,but this problem doesn't appear in your demo(this page) Please check out the URL
Thanks in anticipation
Posted by David Pickles on 11/23, 10:36 PM
(white space)under each list in IE but Firefox ok
Posted by David Pickles on 11/25, 02:59 PM
This menu is really class! But when i copy paste the code in a fresh document, a blank space appears on the right side of the menu. Can you help!!!
Posted by Rathna on 01/09, 03:08 AM
This menu is really fantastic! This is that what I search only 87days!
Thank you!
Posted by Tobias Mathes from Germany! on 01/17, 03:46 PM
Thank you very much for the code!
Posted by -= Cara =- on 02/19, 02:35 PM

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