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Accordian View Vertical Menu

Thread began 7/25/2011 5:31 pm by Mike Perry | Last modified 7/27/2011 2:56 pm by Mike Perry | 1076 views | 8 replies

Mike Perry

Accordian View Vertical Menu

I need to create a vertical menu with vertical sub-menus -- not unlike an accordian. That said I don't need the animation of a Spry-based accordian, just the presentation.

The sub-menu needs to be positioned below it's parent, and above the other level 1 items, not flyout to the right. They would be visible only on pages that are related to the parent menu item. I have the main menu created -- it will be placed on the section landing pages, and then when one of the items is selected a page from that group will be displayed showing the main menu and the sub-menu for that group.

Can I accomplish this with CSSMW??

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