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Hi where can I find some MS website style java drop down menus that I can add to my site.
If you don't feel like diving in and developing them yourself, Dynamic Drive may be a good place to start.
Where can I find that?
This website is a major asset for DHTML development (especially for those who don't want to "roll their own" code)
As with any copy/paste solutions, use at your own risk and test, test, test in your final pages.
<<Where can I find that?>>
You didn't bother searching Google before asking that, did you?
You can find that on the NET.
Please click the link below:
Menus & Navigation.
You will get a list of different menus browse through them and decide which u like and follow instructions given there on how to install it on your site.
:-) Best of Luck
There is a nice site in the UK:
which I selected over other after I checked out many others, which had alwasy flaws or generated Java errors at some stage.
They have a very good menu. It runs on all sorts of browsers and is endless configurable, e.g. colours, backgrounds, images, horizontal, vertical... free for personal use.
I was happy to register it for a site I set-up at yourstore.com.au. It uses the menues for main page naviagation and for the products on offer.
You can have multiple menues, as many as you like; they can float, and heaps more.
Hope this helps.
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