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I see what you mean, FC.

I used this technique but had a link in the top level so even without the drop down, it would work.

It does work in IE 7 though, but the CSS will have to be tweaked.

Seems like a lot of folks will turn off javascript as a security measure, so I was doing without.

Thanks for the heads up.

Peace.

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In all my years in web development (actually, I've been a developer since before the web, and a WEB developer SINCE the web), I've never once had a case of a customer complaining that they can't use my app because they don't use javascript. Never. These aren't small-scale applications I'm talking about, either.

I would quickly lose the idea that "lots of folks" turn off JavaScript for "security reasons". There's very little that JavaScript can actually DO that would affect security, in any case.

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