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    We've all seen'em on various sites - you mouse over a link and a little "submenu" pops up with links to other pages, etc. I know this is done with a combination of layers, DHTML, and probably Javascript, but I cannot find a definitive tutorial on how to create them, nor can I find any handy little apps that will create them for you.

    Can anyone help me with this? I have a client who desires this type of navigation in his site, and I'm stumped.

    Thanks much!
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    looks like you just need some guidance. my favorite site for dhtml component building tutorials would have to be www.dansteinman.com - check out the dynduo section. all of libraries are available under gpl and are easily configurable and modifiable. check it out. word.

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    Thank you, Ryan! I appreciate any guidance, assistance, or someone-else-doing-it-for-me that I can get! :-)

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    just one more - http://www.bratta.com has a ready to use configurable drop down.

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    Very cool! Thanks much for the links, guys!

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    Hi everybody, I went through all the sites here and they were great. But I needed menus with 3 sublevels, and the "copy&paste" code that had there had only 1 sublevel. Anyone can help me?

    Many thanks.

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    Don't know if I'm waaaay too late to post a reply to this, but there's a 5-level drop-down menu (I'm sure you could make it pop up)
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    http://www.bratta.com/dhtml/scripts....ripts/list.asp
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    Have you had a look at AllWebMenus (likno.com)? It is a handy little program that you might find just what you are looking for.

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