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Hi all, I am wanting to know how to create a drop down menu where each item takes you to another page (a subset of info relating to the chosen item). I know this should be a simple thing to do -I just can't get the part where I link my created drop down menu (which took 5 seconds), to the target pages (also complete) ?? (And the Help is of not much help for my 100%, non-technical brain :( ..) Thanks!...

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    Default Dynamic drop down menus

    Hi all,
    I am wanting to know how to create a drop down menu where each item takes you
    to another page (a subset of info relating to the chosen item).

    I know this should be a simple thing to do -I just can't get the part where I
    link my created drop down menu (which took 5 seconds), to the target pages
    (also complete) ??

    (And the Help is of not much help for my 100%, non-technical brain :( ..)

    Thanks!

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    diane.diane Guest

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    Default Re: Dynamic drop down menus

    try Insert -> Form -> Jump Menu
    MikeL7 Guest

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    Default Re: Dynamic drop down menus

    awesome!!
    qosmioamit Guest

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    Default Re: Dynamic drop down menus

    can you please provide me the code which you have written for this dynamic deop down menu. So that I can help you.
    Brian Guest

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    Default Re: Dynamic drop down menus

    Inside code view, place the curser where you want the menu.
    Select the spry tab, and choose the fourth button from the right. It should be
    right under the Data button. Then select the horizontal menu from the pop up
    menu.

    Next hover over the new menu and click the blue spry menu tab that shows up.
    The properties menu will allow you to edit what is in the menu. If you do not
    need the drop down children, select them and click the "-" above it.

    With the menu item selected in the properties menu, on the right side you can
    name each one and also give it a link, title, and target.

    Then play with the css file that dreamweaver generated for you and you are in
    business. One safty thing, make a copy of the css file as a back up. So if
    anything does happen, you do not have to start all over. Also if you print out
    the css code, you can get an idea of what everything is doing by reading the
    comments.

    Hope that helps.

    imaaxa Guest

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    Default Re: Dynamic drop down menus

    I need this help and am still confused
    Newza Guest

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