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Old 16th July 07, 02:25 PM   #1
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Default CSS powered drop down menu implementation issue

I'm very new to CSS and my javascript knowledge wouldn't be great so when I was asked to change the menu of the company website to a nice drop down system I knew I would struggle
I eventually found 1 that was easy to customise- PVII CSS Express Menu and Im happy with how it looks/works now and it seems to work all the way back to IE 5 which is a bonus:


My problems started when I tried to replace the original menu system of the link below (removed company name-sorry for the mess and Im sure its still in there somewhere anyway)


It kinda went completely haywire and I just dont know what to do
Anyone have any pointers/know how it should be done?
Id really appreciate any help on this one, boss is on my case and it would be great to get it working
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