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    i need a good menu system that will work withing the follownig guidelines:

    1. cross browser compat
    2. will not refresh the entire page
    3. will work in a non-frames environment.
    4. will go to 4 levels deep
    5. easily cutomized.

    I'm on an NT box without php, or mysql.

    if you have something i'd appreciate an e-mail to jonese@atlantech.net

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    try searching Dynamic Drive

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    jonese...

    One of the best menu systems I have seen can be found at:
    http://www.webreference.com/dhtml/dynomat/hiermenus3/

    It is a dhtml system that builds your dHTML menu for you on the fly.

    Totally RAD!
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    Great... anyone got anything else?

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    try http://www.hotscripts.com.

    They usually have many good ones.
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    hiermenus doesn't work in Netscape 6(as far as I know). I have one that works in them all but will take a few adjustments to add sublayers. Nothing that the basic html guru couldn't handle though. If you are interested in it drop me an email at freddy@bereminded.com
    Please don't PM me with questions.
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    Here's one that works very well, is very easy to configure, and works on NN4 IE4+ NS6. Try it
    at: http://www.webreference.com/dhtml/

    New to DHTML Lab:
    [48] HierMenus Go Forth, XII:
    Version 4.0.5 - The Complete Script (Full-Window) NN4 IE4+ NS6
    More improvements. The IE4 and IE5Mac item vertical spacing problem
    is addressed. Faster NS4 menu creation. Version 4.0.5 for full window
    use presented as-is for die-hard HM enthusiasts.

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    yup...I already posted that one...it's good though
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    Hi Creole; I did see your post; but, the link you provided takes one to Hierarchical Menus Version 3.x and I was just offering that there is newer versions like version 4.0.5 which works on NN4 IE4+ NS6 at http://www.webreference.com/dhtml/. Just trying to help. Thanks.

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    oh...sorry bout that...now who's not paying attention...

    thanks
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    Hey,

    Did you take a look here:

    http://www.webmasterbase.com/examples/dhtmlpopup.html

    It's easily understandable and you can then customize it.

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    wow...and it's written by our very own Kevin Yank.
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    Kevin's menu only has 1 sub-level...... It would require intense re-writing of the code to make it go to 4 levels.
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    Yea that's what i figured after looking at it...

    I tried the one at: http://www.webreference.com/
    but the script wouldn't let me copy it to a clipboard

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    jonese...you have to copy several chunks from that code to get the whole thing. It is in like 5 or 6 pieces.
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