Maria had noticed that when testing her Spry Menu Bars in Firefox that the sub-menus would not reset if the user hit the Back button to return to the page. Unlike other browsers which would show the default menu, Firefox would show the sub-menus still in their hover state. Maria checked my example files to see if she had done something wrong and noticed that my menus did the exact same thing. Now, truthfully, most clients might not care about this behavior, but Maria was wondering what the heck was going on and how she could fix it.
My latest lynda.com title, Dreamweaver CS4 with CSS Essential Training, is now live in the lynda.com online training library! I’d like to thank Max Smith and everyone else at lynda.com for helping to produce the latest in my CSS Essential training series. In this title I’ve tried to not only teach the fundamentals of CSS, […]
My newest lynda.com title, Dreamweaver CS4 Intro to Spry is now online! This was one of the cooler titles I’ve had a chance to work on, as I got to put in all the cool Spry widget and data features that I’ve been playing around with for awhile.