RE: Create Top Drop Down Menus with CSS and/or JS
by "Kender" <hwg(at)Kender.org>
||Sat, 12 Feb 2005 03:11:59 -0600
Try this tutorial.
Kender Internet Kompany
From: owner-hwg-techniques(at)hwg.org [mailto:owner-hwg-techniques(at)hwg.org] On
Behalf Of Janet Zagoria-Zagdesign
Sent: Friday, February 11, 2005 11:04 PM
Subject: Create Top Drop Down Menus with CSS and/or JS
Recently there was a discussion about creating sidebar menus with CSS. I
started reviewing some of this and saw it being done with drop down menus
that fly out from a vertical list of navigation one would use on a sidebar.
However, what I am looking for is how to do this when the navigation goes
across the top of the page like:
Home Services About Us Contact
Then each section, when hovering on the nav word, will show a drop down (or
spread out) menu of what is in that section, like:
Mission Staff History
So the second line appears only when hovering and is clickable for the
visitor to go straight to the History page, for instance, from any page
having this navigation.
Imagemaps, as well). I tried to figure out how to do this in JS without
images (browser text) and/or CSS without JS but cannot find the code.
Can anyone point me to a site or a script that does this (JS is fine to
incorporate) and be safe for most browsers?
Thanks for any help.
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