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    Unhappy Dhtml menus

    I want to try making my own dhtml menu (the kind that when you mouse over more options appear) but I only know html. Can anyone point me in the right direction of some good tutorials?

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    Check out the Hiermenus section at WebReference.

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    maybe you want to checkout http://www.dhtmlcentral.com

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    http://www.dansteinman.com/dynduo is the best of em all
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    I definately second and third the webreference. They have some of the top tutorials for javascript and dhtml. The main page is but ugly but hey you can't win them all
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    Cool Either bratta.com, or try these...

    Bratta.com has a great cross-platform, cross-browser dropdown menu. I'd also recommend reverse-engineering NWA.com and Andersen.com, which each have great menu examples (just make sure to swipe the external JS, for educational purposes only, of course).

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    I couldn't find a tutorials section at the web reference site

    thanks for all the links so far
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    If time is precious, dynamic drive, has some good cross-browser/cross-platform dhtml menus.

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    Originally posted by coiL
    I couldn't find a tutorials section at the web reference site

    thanks for all the links so far
    See the opening page is one of the worst I have ever seen for navigating.

    For javascript (especially read up on oop and event handling)
    http://www.webreference.com/js/

    for DHTML
    http://www.webreference.com/dhtml/

    I never used the dhtml section very often because I found the javascript section covered everything really well
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