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Hi Narayan, all,

On Fri, Feb 4, 2011 at 4:16 PM, Narayan Aras <> wrote:


The recent discussion is veering towards adding (L3) pages that show details of features.
So we may have to opt for open-on-hover menu anyway :)
Reason: We cannot possibly have a stack of 3 menu bars on every page.

No, but we have a vertical menu for third-level pages (on the left
side of the content area). I don't like the idea of showing a vertical
drop down on one page and then having a horizontal menu on another
page (for second level pages). I have made a basic horizontal submenu
on hover (with jQuery for animations - but it works without JS too)
demonstration at [1]. It has a some issues that would need to be
fixed/resolved first, but the basic idea is there - this would be a
more consistent approach IMO (for second level navigation - third
level navigation would still be on the left side).


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