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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • This is my favourite way of using "lists", css and javascript to create dynamic menus.

    It's called unobtrisuve because it barely adds any addtitional markup to your document, which is the whole point, plus it degrades very nicely if your browser doesn't support all the fancy styling of javascript technique.

    This approach is less hassle to maintain: only the top level list needs a class and the javascript walks the DOM tree and adds the behaviours and styles rather have to class and sub class every tag in all of your sub-sub-sub-menus.

    I prefer to use these with tags. It's what they're meant for right?

    http://www.kryogenix.org/code/browser/aqlists/ [kryogenix.org]
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    -- tex