>I must admit that what may seem simple to a seasoned Dreamweaver user is
> gibberish to those of us who have only coded by hand in the past - keeping
> things as simple as possible. Although I've created/used DW templates
> I'm not fond of using them...guess I'm just old fashioned. I can't seem
> to get
> used to opening a page and realizing that if I want to change a section on
> that I have to open a template and change it there. For me, Dreamweaver
> as a quick way to get basic code and view resulting pages for me - it's
> features don't seem very flexible.
> Anyway, I, too, am working on a subordinate sectional navigation but the
> is .php and the links are propogated from a MySQL database. The problem I
> seeing (and other's mention it on the 'Net) - DW doesn't like to do nested
> menus from a database, so I get errors all the time. I have to write my
> php/html for the nested portion (can't generate it from DW), if I don't,
> or if
> I decide to change anything (like add a div tag or change it to a list
> from a
> table), DW shows a '/MM Repeated Region' error in design view. Sometimes
> ends up with unspecified errors in the function of the page when tested on
> server (the section won't even show up), but sometimes not. This only
> with DW generated pages....pages I've built from scratch don't seem to
> these issues when I open them in DW.
> So - how to do the sectional navigation in DW with .php, MySQL, no
> or templates.
> Just an old-fashioned girl...
> Originally posted by: Newsgroup User
> There's no problem with posting links here.
> > How can I organise my navigation using templates or libraries to allow
> > this?
> Build the full menu system into a set of nested unordered lists. Make
> <ul> have a unique ID. Use CSS to set all of the subordinate uls to
> display:hidden. On each page, to display the associated subordinate list,
> add a rule to an embedded stylesheet in the head to set the style for that
> <ul> to display:block.
> Simple simon....
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> "Andrew_G" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
> > Thanks for the reply Murray but it's not a fly-out type menu and you can
> > get
> > from one sublevel to another without going to the top level :)
> > Not sure the protocol of posting URLS here so to play on the safe side
> > if
> > you
> > type information commissioner into Google and visit the top hit you will
> > see
> > the type of menu I'm after although this example is server-side (& mine
> > can't
> > be).
> > Thanks