Thanks for the comments. This site was without the help of my designer but should improve somewhat once I have her input. I've been writing sites for 18 years too (first one in '96 for a beer campaign group). Was a programmer for 14 years prior to that. I've always found CSS tricky so this product is great.
Glad you got there with the hover - I was just about to post a screenshot of the triggers. I'm going to have at the disappearing menu now. @vincent said
But for when the user moves his cursor to the menu and click no links and finally :hovers out of the menu, we need an interaction to hide the menu back. First we put a 55px padding top on the drop down menu, and the same negative margin, so that it overlaps the menu item.
Then we set its :hover out interaction to display:none.
(The Display:none is the symbol next to T Inline)
I'll race you ...
btw - I noticed the bit about embedding the the code didn't come through in my last post (probably because of the angle brackets) - but I found this last night and using -embed you can drop in a section of code anywhere - really useful!
I'm just writing in Webflow to produce the templates. then splitting once finally exported and using php includes to put back together. This way I can separate the content as all my clients use CushyCMS content management. But Webflow looks good to use for demos and small arty sites.