Posts Tagged "CSS"

Son of a Son of Suckerfish!

Posted on Mar 20, 2008 in CSS

I’ve been using the lovely Son of Suckerfish method to make drop down menus for years now, and it is a very robust way to make them. The one criticism (the word criticism is an overstatement really…) I have is that for every sub-menu level, you need to add to the CSS in order for that to show. Now, it’s not a really big inconvenience… how many sub-levels do you need anyway… but wouldn’t it be nice if we didn’t have to do that? I have made a very small change to the CSS and Javascript that takes care of this problem.

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I love jscalendar… it’s dead easy to use, does what I want, is very flexible, and looks nice. Anyone that has a better free option, please let me know. MooTools (along with other JS libraries) have some cool implementations, but this script does stuff that others do not do.

When IE7 came out there was a bug in the calendar which essentially rendered the free version useless and therfore had me thinking of alternatives. Thankfully, this was soon resolved and I have been using jscalendar to this day.

A problem I came accross today is that the very cool aqua CSS theme that comes with the calendar didn’t work properly on KDE’s Konqueror.

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