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Jeffrey Zeldman has proclaimed my CSS tabs "Best CSS tabs ever." That’s high praise indeed.

Don Harris
May 29, 2003 12:57 PM

If Zeldman likes it, it's got to be tasty. thedon

Gilles Caron
August 18, 2003 7:32 PM

Just wanted to tell you that I found your site while looking for good examples of tabs for navigation. I already tried CSS tabs from the unraveled.com site (by Joshua Kaufman) and it was working OK, except for IE 5, but I was missing the sub-menus... There you go. I won't use the sub-menus right away, but it is next on mt list of things to do. My goal is to make work with as many browsers as possible. I have my idea for IE 5, but I'll see... Keep on your good work. Gilles

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April 28, 2006 5:02 AM

good work

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