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Vertical menu using javascript and css

Hi all,

I have to build a vertical top-level menu for a customer. for a few days I surfing the internet to find a good sample. The only sample I found is http://javascript.internet.com/navigation/expanding-menu.html. this is what the customer wants. But this sample has just one level of subitems. I need a sample or source with dynamical levels of subitems. I'am not so formiliar with javascript and css to build it by my own very quickly.

Has someone a sample for me or can someone change the sample so that I can use it in my toplevel menu.

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    Posted on Jul 12, 2007 at 09:16 PM

    This is an example of you want, is very nice and you can download de code.

    http://www.gamarod.com.ar/javascript/ejemplo-javascript.asp?rutina=183

    and the code is here:

    http://www.gamarod.com.ar/javascript/crossbrowser_dynamic_html_menus_rutina_javascript.asp

    this another webpage

    http://www.twinhelix.com/dhtml/fsmenu/demo/

    have funn

    regards

    Josué Cruz

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    Posted on Jul 13, 2007 at 12:40 PM

    Hi Josué,

    Thank you for the links. But this is not what I'am looking for. I need a sample like my sample but then with more levels of submenus.

    Richard

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