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CSS Tab Menu with horizontal drop down menu

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Has anyone seen anything like this?

Basically a tab menu that when moused over displays a horizontal submenu that when moused over displays a drop down menu with multiple levels.

Say that 7 times fast.

Thanks,
Doug
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This is possible in Dreamweaver, using the timeline function and the show/hide layer behavior.

So my question to you: do you use Dreamweaver?
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I think you're looking for something like this:
http://meyerweb.com/eric/css/edge/menus/demo.html
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That sounds like "just" a common hierachical menu you're after, just with the <li> on one level set to display: inline, so it is horizontal.

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