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I'd like to have the links in a separate file, so when I need to make changes, I only have to change that one file to update the menu wherever it appears.
I'd like something simple, with a small footprint in the HTML on the individual pages. The one I have always sits at the top of the page, even when scrolling, and I think that's a nice feature.
It doesn't need to be fancy, perhaps just change fonts and colors, and I don't need multiple levels, just 5-6 links that display initially, then a drop down or something when they're clicked on or on mouseover.
I've been searching for the last few weeks, and I also searched here, but thought I'd ask before I invested too much more time. I don't mind paying for it, as long as it's not hundreds of dollars.
I have searched some of the bigger sites that offer these scripts, but haven't found anything that meets my needs, is easy to install, and doesn't require a lot of time to implement.
I'd like it to work with all the popular browsers.
Thanks in advance for any ideas and suggestions.
I've just used these menu builders to create the css driven menu I want for my site, and then I change the style to match the site. Typically, these menu builders are cross browser compatible.
I can't stress how much work it will take you to separate out reusable elements like navigation. It's well worth it.
In the simplest case, all you need to do is use Server Side Includes or a simple PHP include as in
Done. Navigation is in one file and life is good.
I might see about paying someone to update the code to make it work better, since I like it that much, and my site's visitors are used to it now and say they like it.
Thanks for the help, everyone.