I'm not a css guru, so I don't know if I am the right person to ask but I think the best way to start is by making the changes in the css definition directly in the browser with Firebug. If the changes have the desired effect then they should also work when you make the changes to the css file. Your problem may have to do with something cascading. After all they are called Cascading Style Sheets. I think we will all have to learn more about div's and css in the future.
an afterthought, what exactly do you want to change? I can only imagine that is would be the colour of the drop-down items. Whatever, if you tell me what changes you want to make, I could give it a shot and upload the css file to the example.
Hi Andy,What is your idea about this one? the CSS of the above example seems like a bit off.. and if you put an interactive region the buttons of action and go will disappear. What is your idea about this one?
firstly, I would very much appreciate a constructive evaluation of the example instead of describing it as "a bit off". Secondly, I suggest that you read the thread in it entirety. The original post was a question and not a perfect solution. Thirdly, concerning the problem at hand with IR's, the changes I made to the css were to the classes of the DHTML-Menu. This, as it turns out, was an oversight and I admit it is not the correct approach since these menus are used elsewhere. It can, however, be easily fixed by copying all the DHTML-Menu classes, editing them, and then referencing the new classes from the pull-down menu template.