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Msg#: 439 posted 1:01 pm on Jun 10, 2003 (gmt 0)

Currently using layers with tables to contain images for popup menu (using PVII AutoLayers). Problem is if user zooms or squeezes text, whole thing goes kablooey.

I'd like to know if anyone know of any free js to accomplish this. To create the table and attach to the navigation bar. I know there are some that let you use text, but we have some graphics that have to appear as original design, and use uncommon fonts.

Looking to: rollover button on navigation bar and images from original layers appear.

Fireworks transparency option not good, and would not let me create the menu with soft returns - kept width of entire text area (mine uses up to four lines).

Any help appreciated.




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Msg#: 439 posted 1:36 am on Jun 11, 2003 (gmt 0)

Soon after you posted your question, I posted this article by BlobFisk [webmasterworld.com]. It's right up your alley - javascript menus that show/hide divs.

His code works on version 4 browsers, and he's torn it apart so it's easy to customize.


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Msg#: 439 posted 12:45 pm on Jun 11, 2003 (gmt 0)

Thanks, tedster. I'm no great js expert - just enough to get through. This looks like it will help.

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