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    javascript:void(0)

    ok, i'm running tmenu.js through an html file on my desktop, (running as active desktop).. the problem is that whenever i click on something that is assigned to javascript:void(0)
    it opens it in internet explorer, i was wondering if there is a way to keep IE from doing this? or another way around it? any help would be greatly appreciated..thanks.

    running xp, tmenu is a totally w3c compliant menu system written in java by cfoster

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    wow, thats wierd. It shouldn't do that, mine is XP, IE6 and it doesn't.

    Try adding a ; at the end of the (0) if there isn't one already. Failing that, Try doing a 'repair' on Internet Explorer. Check the same menu doesn't do the same thing on other PC's first tho.
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