[thelist] A 100% horizontal navigation bar

VOLKAN ÖZÇELİK volkan.ozcelik at gmail.com
Mon Sep 5 05:57:43 CDT 2005

The example seems pretty consistent,
What's the problem in it exactly?


On 9/5/05, Kristina Floyd <email at kristinafloyd.co.uk> wrote:
> Hello List
> I'm trying to find an example of a horizontal nav bar that expands and
> detracts according to its width (there is no start width set).  And is
> always 100% of the width, with the buttons filling up what ever space is
> available.
> Currently there are 7 buttons, written in the HTML as a list and then
> displayed with graphics and inline via the CSS.
> To see an example that my colleague is working on please go to
> <http://25.m-corp.com/>
> If you know of any examples of this, I have searched the net but can
> only really come up with horizontal nav bars that have an absolute start
> width, or only take up part of the horizontal bar.
> Kristina
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