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    Drop Down Menus Like Iomega

    Hi all,

    Does anybody know of the code (or preferably a generator) that will create a drop-down menu like the ones on http://www.iomega.com ?

    Thanks.
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    You talkin to me? Anarchos's Avatar
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    Yeah, here's the code they used: http://www.iomega.com/includes/menu_imports.js
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    Hi Anarchos,

    Thanks for your help.

    Unfortunately, I am not too familar with JavaScript, so that file is latin to me.

    Do you know of a generator for this type of script? (Where I enter in the values and URLs and it puts them in the script.)

    BTW Anarchos: your website is down.

    Thanks.
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    You can try and have a gander around Dynamic Drive. They have tons of useful stuff over there. Also, the Iomega script doesn't seem to work in Opera 6. :-(

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    My advice would be to go to www.dhtmlcentral.com and check their coolmenus section. You'll find what you're looking for in a zip file format ready for download. They even have tutorials explaining how they work.

    You have to look at those codes as functionalities, not design. Even though one may look different in terms of color, you should look for the one that duplicates what you're after. Setting color schemes afterwards is easy as one two three.

    If you really can't figure it out, let me know and I'll help you out. Worse comes to worse and you can't figure it out, I'll even make it for you for free.

    Now, how's that sound???
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    Sorry for not responding guys. The email that SitePoint sent me to let me know that there were replies must have gotten lost in my Inbox.

    Anyways, thanks for the links.

    cybercodur: I'll let you know if I can't figure it out
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