CSS tricks, to produce a fast DHTML dropdown menu
may have seen it before, if you're interested in DHTML programming -- it's not
new news.) Well, it's much better than the thousand-line bloated and
disgraceful, slow and over-heavy menus.
situation that's not very different from the pre-CPAN Perl 4 era. Lots
of bad code everywhere, no community-endorsed comprehensive archive,
programming based on frantic cut-n-paste, poor quality shareware, poor docs.
But it's actually becoming possible to do Real Work with it.