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Default Dropdown Menu - 04-17-2008, 04:38 PM

I have a complete css menu that I made for my site. I want to have a couple of drop down menu's for some of the options.

I've looked around and found some, but I dont understand what to add to my navigation without copying all of theirs. Are there any tutorials explaining how to continue "turning" your navigation into a drop down menu? Any and all help is appreciated.



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Default 04-18-2008, 09:44 AM

I'm using "DHTML Menu Studio" software, it helps creating dropdowm menus easily. Using this tool, within a few minutes and without any HTML / Java Script knowledge, you can design your menu and then integrate it with your existing web site.

JavaScript Menu/DHTML Menu Builder Software: Create Drop Down Navigation Bars With DHTML Menu Studio


Hope that helps
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Default 04-26-2008, 02:32 AM

the code you have to do it pretty easy, im sure you search google and get it, it must be something like this: (remember that im almost sure that wouldnt work, but it must be something similar)probe it, it maybe work, i dont know javascript...

<select onChange="this.localtion='value'">
<option value="index.html">Index</option>
<option value="index2.html">Index 2</option>
</select>
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Default 04-26-2008, 03:26 PM

Here is a free easy to use menu genorator. You can make drop down menus normal menus. Uses CSS
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