A fully interactive menu system with separate messaging box and programmable elements, including: link color and behavior; link box motion indent; link box border colors; link box border styles; link box border width; individual link messages; and default link message. Designed to replace costly Java applets that perform similar functions, the scripting uses no layers or divisions. Recently updated with smoother mouse response.
A simple script that allows you to launch popup windows from a dropdown menu. Any number of links can be added to the options list. The popup window features can be set within the script. Great for saving space on the page when long lists are required, for image popups, and for offsite referrals while still keeping people on your page.
HierMenus provides cross-browser navigation of your Web site through drop down and/or pop-up menus. HierMenus allows you to save precious screen real-estate by condensing multiple navigational links into pop-out menus that appear only when the user specifically requests them.
This menu technique is ideal if you have a number of pages on your site, and may need to frequently change the menu items on all or many of them. Using an iframe within a floating layer, the menu items are contained in a single external html page. Insert the layer code once into each page; so when you must change the menu, you change *only* a single external HTML page... with the changes instantly reflected in every page on your site. No server-side scripting; requires only knowledge of basic html editing.