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    peter Guest

    www.webbuildermag.com menu


    i'm trying to figure out how to program a menu like the one on http://www.webbuildermag.com.
    not the top menu, but the menu on the side. when you click the red triangles,
    the menu expands vertically. can someone direct me to the code. i can't get
    it off the page because it's in a frame. thanks.
    peter

  2. #2
    Constance Petersen Guest

    Re: www.webbuildermag.com menu

    Hi Peter,

    "peter" <peter@bigq.com> wrote in message news:3ad7fb7f$1@news.devx.com...
    > i'm trying to figure out how to program a menu like the one on

    http://www.webbuildermag.com.
    > not the top menu, but the menu on the side. when you click the red

    triangles,
    > the menu expands vertically. can someone direct me to the code. i can't

    get
    > it off the page because it's in a frame. thanks.


    I'm not sure why you think the code is in a frame. I don't see anything on
    the page that would indicate that.

    That said, if you review the source for the page, you'll find this little
    chunk:

    <table border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0">
    <tr>
    <td width="156" valign="TOP" nowrap><A HREF="http://www.devx.com"><IMG
    SRC="/images/redesign/devx.gif" WIDTH=156 HEIGHT=163 BORDER=0 ALT=""></A>
    <br>
    <script language="Javascript" src="includes/newnavie.js"></script></td>
    <td valign="TOP">
    <table border="0" align="center">
    <tr>
    <td><table>

    So you can see that below the devx.gif image, they are loading a javascript
    from an external file. If you download

    http://www.webbuildermag.com/includes/newnavie.js

    you can read the code they've used for the side navigation menus and learn
    how to do it yourself. I'm glad to know you want to figure out how to
    program it yourself, rather than to use DevX's copyrighted code for your own
    pages. :-)

    Constance Petersen
    --
    SoftMedia Artisans, Inc.
    http://www.smartisans.com
    Visual Basic.NET Internet Black Book
    ISBN: 1-58880-078-4



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