Listless Navigation – Using CSS To Do More With Less

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I've guest-blogged on Chris Coyier's blog, CSS-Tricks.com.

Jump over to Chris' blog to read my article -- Listless Navigation - Using CSS To Do More With Less.

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Discussion

  1. A very interesting idea. Now I just have to get enough traffic to my sites to make it worth it…

  2. I have written a response to your article on CSS-Tricks. I hope that you don’t take offense to the article, I only want to clarify the importance of using lists for semantic and accessible markup.

  3. Bill Byrd

    It seems impossible to find an example of listless navs with sub-menus. Can you point to any? Thanks

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