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vertical menu with submenu

Thread began 12/17/2009 8:50 am by office377308 | Last modified 12/18/2009 12:18 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1270 views | 5 replies |

office377308

vertical menu with submenu

I have a special case which I wondered if I could do it with CSSMW:
In my menu there are only 2 levels and their orientation is vertical like here:
home.html
If you clicked "what we do" the second level appears.
As you can see the menu is static and I need to make them dynamic fro a database. This should not be a problem for CSSMW but I don't know how I could the 2nd level appear lik in the example: below the first level, pushing it apart.
Any hint most welcome!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

This menu style cannot be achieved with CSS Menu writer, this requires javascripting to accomplish. You could do this using Dreamweaver Spry Collapsible Panels.
For more information on the Spry frame work, see here:
home.html

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office377308

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  This menu style cannot be achieved with CSS Menu writer,...  



Well, thanks for this, but I cannot do Spry with dynamic content, can I? Thats why I thought to do it with CSS Menu Writer. Am I wrong?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Yes, you can use dynamic content in spry, please see the Adobe Spry site that I linked to for details.

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office377308

back to school then ...

OK, thanks.
Still I would have liked an Extension like yours which could manage any form of dynamic dropdown. Because, what I have to do now is: going back to school first and study all this stuff before I can offer this to my client. And this means invest time in studying instead of working.
Because, what I liked in Menu writer was a question like: select vertical or horizontal?
And there should be a further question like positioning the follow-up levels.
Maybe you could take this as a suggestion to further improve CSS menu writer?
Thanks anyway for pointing me into the right direction.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Sure, I will add a feature request for this.

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