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Apple-like sliding menu - Macromedia Dynamic HTML

Hi, I'm in a bind with a client who's in love with the idea of the http://www.apple.com/mac/ menu as way to display products. Short of immersing my self in an in-depth study of CSS, is there any place where I can look for guidance, a plug-in, whatever that can help me meet my client's needs?? Thanks, Les...

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    Hi, I'm in a bind with a client who's in love with the idea of the
    http://www.apple.com/mac/ menu as way to display products.
    Short of immersing my self in an in-depth study of CSS, is there any place
    where I can look for guidance, a plug-in, whatever that can help me meet my
    client's needs??

    Thanks,

    Les

    Bonedaddio Guest

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    Default Re: Apple-like sliding menu

    Apple's web site is very poorly coded and that widget highly unintuitive,
    but you could probably use j-query to construct something like that:
    http://sorgalla.com/projects/jcarousel/examples/static_controls.html


    --
    Al Sparber - PVII
    http://www.projectseven.com
    Extending Dreamweaver - Nav Systems | Galleries | Widgets
    Authors: "42nd Street: Mastering the Art of CSS Design"


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    Default Re: Apple-like sliding menu

    I did look to see if PVII had anything I could use, but I didn't see anything
    like it. I need to have images and links in the table or list.

    Thanks, I think there may be something I can use, but I'm still looking...

    Bonedaddio Guest

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    Default Re: Apple-like sliding menu

    I'm a little confused. I just responded to your post on the Dreamweaver
    forum and your questions did not indicate you wanted anything like Apple's
    thing -- which is entirely different.

    --
    Al Sparber - PVII
    http://www.projectseven.com
    Extending Dreamweaver - Nav Systems | Galleries | Widgets
    Authors: "42nd Street: Mastering the Art of CSS Design"


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    Default Re: Apple-like sliding menu

    Hi Al,
    No, I think I'm the one who's truly confused.... that's what I get for posting
    in two different areas on the same basic topic.

    I aplologize for the confusion, and will post further on this subject at
    "http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/webforums/forum/messageview.cfm?catid=189&threadid
    =1323457"
    Thanks,
    Les

    Bonedaddio Guest

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