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Re: [Lynx-dev] Supported HTML TAG <div> ??

From: Walter Ian Kaye
Subject: Re: [Lynx-dev] Supported HTML TAG <div> ??
Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2007 17:40:00 -0800

At 12:42 a +0100 03/01/2007, Bernhard Frühmesser didst inscribe upon
an electronic papyrus:


I found a page which looks really good in graphical design so i
wanted to "copy" a few things from the html code, the page is fully
XHTML 1.0 compatible and the page works fine with all graphical
browsers, but within lynx the navigaion menu isn´t shown.

I searched the web for info if maybe the tag div isn´t supported by
lynx. I know since the png files are images lynx doesn´t show them,
but is there a way that the links can be shown in lynx?

Thanks for any info!


Here is an example of how the menu stuff works:


            <a style="display: block; height: 24px; left: 455px; position:
absolute; top: 24px; width: 99px; z-index: 2; "
onmouseout="NBmouseout('4');" href="Impressum.html"
onmouseover="NBmouseover('4');" title="Impressum"></a>

It's a 100% JavaScript menu -- there is no content for the A element.
DIV has nothing to do with the issue. If you turned off JavaScript in
your graphical browsers, the menu would be broken there, too.

If the menu were built with CSS and no JS, then it would function in Lynx.
There are many examples of "pure CSS" menus on the Web, including
explanations of how they work. If you google, maybe you'll find one
you like. :-)


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