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Hey peepz!

I'm new to this forum, however not new to CSS Smile I'v been at it for a few months now.

I have a problem (don't we all?). I'm trying to convert a traditional Adobe Image Ready generated navigation bar to a CSS styled navigation list.

I'm using images of different sizes instead of text as buttons. I found an example like this: http://css.maxdesign.com.au/listamatic/horizontal18.htm. But this one uses images of the same size.

Is this possible in CSS? And is it worth it, or is the code as long as the code generated by Adobe Image Ready?

Greetz

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Styling a navigation list

The Maxdesign menu use background images which for you would be difficult or impossible to use as the list would not expand in size automatically base don a background image.

Which means you will have to place the images directly in the list, but that should not be a problem as it seems that the text is part of the image.

So give it a go , and provide a link so we can see in action.

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