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How do I create interactive sidebar menu's?


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geezer13

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I've only started web design within the last 8 months, and only know what I read around the web about it.

What I'm looking to learn now is.. Sidebar navigation such as that at GSM Server

I don't mean I want to copy them, I simply want something like they actually used to have.. not quite as fancy as what they have now.

My site is HERE and if you look at what I currently have, its a bit of a mess. Also, it goes far too long down the pages. I need only like 5 catagories such as Site map, Unlocking, accessories, and so on. Then when they click that catagory, it drops down into sub catagories.

Im not the best person at explaining things but I hope you understand what Im asking here.

Any help at all will be greatly apreciated as I don't have a clue where to start.

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good news..there menu was done in dhtml so you dont need to spend 500$ on flash.
dhtml i dont personally know but do a google search when i did webpage design i used dhtml menus all the time
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good news..there menu was done in dhtml so you dont need to spend 500$ on flash.
dhtml i dont personally know but do a google search when i did webpage design i used dhtml menus all the time


So I'm right in thinking that this would be ok to put together with my HTML webpages already made? :whistling:

Hope so :blink:
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javascriptkit.com has some good dhtml tutorials, and menu tutorials, check them out!
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javascriptkit.com has some good dhtml tutorials, and menu tutorials, check them out!


OK thanks guys, I will do :whistling:
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