Wednesday, May 19, 2004

Suckerfish Dropdowns

I'm a huge fan of Suckerfish dropdowns. In general, they're very lightweight and easy to implement. So, of course, it didn't take long for there to be the "son of suckerfish".

The original Suckerfish Dropdowns article published in A List Apart proved to be a popular way of implementing lightweight, accessible CSS-based dropdown menus that accommodated Internet Explorer by mimicking the :hover pseudo-class.

Well now they're back and they're more accessible, even lighter in weight (just 12 lines of JavaScript), have greater compatibility (they now work in Opera and Safari without a hack in sight) and can have multiple-levels.


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