There is no practical way to make a layer (that's how drop-down menus work)
cross the boundary between two separate frames (i.e., two unique HTML
It is true. Your choices are limited now -
1. DUMP THE FRAMES - you would not be having this problem in a non-framed
2. Redesign your menus so that they do not need to span a frame boundary.
3. Redesign the frameset so that you leave enough room for the largest
4. Move the layer code for the popups from the page in the navigation frame
to each page in the content frame.
5. DUMP THE FRAMES - you would not be having this problem in a non-framed
I recommend either #1 or #5, depending on what your needs are. You just
have no idea the horrors that await you if you continue with the frames.....
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"hil400" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
news:dmcrh6$reb$1forums.macromedia.com...> First time trying pull down menus and having a problem.
> I'm building a site for a public school......... and want pull down menus
> pull down under my top frame....... just a line with the links to pull
> down. I
> can't find a way so far. What I did was to create a frame underneath the
> frame but it's not what I want as the frame my pull down menus reside in
> has to
> be large enough to accomodate the space neeeded for the pull downs.... and
> too big a space between that and the middle frame that everything opens
> Here's the site, please give it a look and you'll see what I mean:
> Any help appreciated....... very appreciated.