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Dynamic Menu Confusion

Thread began 4/23/2010 2:38 pm by mrobben375515 | Last modified 4/27/2010 11:50 pm by mrobben375515 | 700 views | 2 replies |

mrobben375515

Dynamic Menu Confusion

I'm trying to create a dynamic menu to pull the different products. I got it to show all the different products, but when you click on each one in goes to the products_results.php page instead of to each of their individual pages. I'm not sure how to make it pull each individual page. I've attached a screenshot of the dymanic edit menu and the menu.php page. The url is index.php. Thanks for your help

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Neil Beadle

How to create a dynamic menu using CSS Menu Writer 2.0

Take a look at the Creating a link to a DataAssist detail page section found in this tutorial:

How to create a dynamic menu using CSS Menu Writer 2.0
mw2_creating_dynamic_menus_ht.pdf

In your case, where the tutorial's database has an ItemID column, yours has ProductID. Also, instead of selecting the Product_Results.php page as you have in your screenshot, you should be choosing the product details page (probably Product_Details.php).

If you are still having problems, let us know.

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mrobben375515

Got that figured out, now I want to change the menu to a drop down menu with options for Steaks, Sausages, and Combos where each option has a list the appears on the right of it. So the options are sublevel one and then each steak in the steaks section is on sublevel two. How do I do that in CSS Menu Writer?

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