Re[2]: [ic] Drop Down Menu

Russ Mann
Wed, 25 Apr 2001 11:19:31 -0600

Take a look at - I've copied their script and made it dynamic
using PHP before - at least it will give you a ground floor of javascript to
start with.


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Sent: Wednesday, April 25, 2001 1:37 AM
To: joachim.richter
Subject: Re[2]: [ic] Drop Down Menu


There are two main problems with scripts from there.

1. Compatibility issues with NS6 primarily, I think users would want
it to be as cross platform as possible

2. Integration with the looping of categories in akopia.

If anyone has a really nice mouse over, *boom* subcategories appear
script, please let me know. I've been looking for the same for ages...


Wednesday, April 25, 2001, 5:21:36 AM, you wrote:

jr> Hi

jr> why don't you check out these and many more at
jr> there all free, with a manual to install and configure same even have a
jr> plus you can see them all working examples galore

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jr> Slide-In Menu Bar I (Mouse controlled) All
jr> A cool menu bar that automatically slides open from the left edge of the
screen as the surfer moves the mouse over it. Moving the mouse out will
cause it the bar to slide back in. Browsers other
jr> than NS 4+ and IE 4+ will simply see nothing.

jr> Slide-In Menu Bar II (Keyboard controlled) All
jr> A keyboard-controlled menu bar that slides open/contracts with the press
of a key. "x" is the key that will expand the menu, whereas "z" is the key
that contracts it. Browsers other than NS 4+
jr> and IE 4+ will simply see nothing.

jr> Slide-In Menu Bar III (Manually controlled) All
jr> A manually controlled menu bar. Drag the bar to expand or contract it.
Browsers other than NS 4+ and IE 4+ will simply see nothing.

jr> Slide-In Menu Bar IV (External menu file) All
jr> This script is exactly identical to the original slide-in menu bar
(version 1), except that the menu itself is an external HTML file! This
allows you to configure the menu simply by editing the
jr> external file, through HTML.

jr> Dynamic-Fx Slide-In Menu All NS6!
jr> -User Submitted
jr> A multi-featured slide-in menu script that supports some of the most
requested features such as frame targeting, static positioning, and
header(s) displays. Very cool.

jr> Slide-In Links All
jr> -User Submitted
jr> Tuck away those links and make them visible only when needed with this
script! A bar of links is slided out from the left edge of the window when
the protruding part is clicked on. Great way to
jr> maximize realty space on your site.

jr> Top Navigational Bar All
jr> -User Submitted
jr> This script uses several features of DHTML to create a static, two-level
menu bar that continuously hovers on the top of your browser screen...

jr> Top Navigational Bar II All
jr> -User Submitted
jr> You've searched high and low for a navigational script as seen on the
top pages of Where else did you expect to find it but on
Dynamic Drive? Thanks to Mike Hall for his wonderful,
jr> cross browser creation!

jr> Top Navigational Bar III All NS6!
jr> -User Submitted
jr> Yet another top two-level menu with the number of main menu items
hardcoded in (5 items). Each menu in turn supports a maximum of 9 sublinks.
If your site design can conform to this script, it
jr> will conform to your site nicely.

jr> Static Menu script All
jr> -User Submitted
jr> This is a cross-browser menu that stays static on the left hand corner
of your screen, even as the surfer scrolls. The menu is constructed using on
ONE large image that's positioned statically,
jr> with the links inside being image maps.

jr> Static Menu script II All
jr> -User Submitted
jr> Add an elegant, visible-from-the-start static menu to your site with
this script! Both the menu's dimensions and its static location on the page
can be easily configured, making it a piece of
jr> cake to integrate the menu to conform to your site's layout.

jr> Scrollable menu links All
jr> If you have a lot of menu links and not a lot of space, this is the
script to turn to. It compacts any content into a predefined area, with the
content accessible via scrolling. Browsers other
jr> than IE 4+ or NS 4 will simply see nothing.

jr> Drop down menu generator All
jr> This is a cross-browser menu script that allows you to pack into it rich
HTML links. Use the following wizard to generate and add as many drop down
menus to your page as you wish!

jr> Hightlight menu effect IE NS6!
jr> Add a stylish "highlight" effect to your table menus using this
versatile DHTML script. A thin border is applied around the table cell
(<td>) in participation as the mouse moves over it, with
jr> this effect visible in IE4+ and NS6+

jr> Pop-up 3.0 by Lefteris Haritou All
jr> -User Submitted
jr> This is an ultra cool pop up menu script that supports submenus, and
works in BOTH IE 4+ and NS 4+. The script comes with an accompanying Windows
program that you can use again and again to
jr> painlessly create and customize these pop ups.

jr> Context menu script IE5
jr> With IE 5, for the first time, you can now add a context menu to your
webpage. What's a context menu? Well, it's a custom menu that pops up in
place of the default context menu when you right
jr> click your mouse. We designed this custom context menu to act as a
practical URL jumper...check it out!

jr> Context menu script II IE5.5
jr> -User Submitted
jr> This is a IE5.5 specific context menu script that differs from the above
in the way the menu is rendered, and also, feature set.

jr> Smart Folding Menu Tree IE
jr> A folding menu tree that contains links and sublinks. Click on the
folder icon to expand it. Now with persistance and arbitrary listing of
sublists features added! Browsers apart from IE 4.x will
jr> see the tree fully expanded.

jr> Contractible Headers IE
jr> A script that makes selected headers in a page contractible. All other
browsers, including NS 4.x, will simply see the headers uncontracted
(degrades well)

jr> Microsoft Outlook Bar IE
jr> -User Submitted
jr> This is a smashing DHTML navigation bar that resembles the OutLook bar
of Internet Explorer. Fittingly enough, it only works in IE 4+ as well!

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