But one of my big questions... can I use an include to pull the script for menu in? A: If you don't want to create your menu on each page you can use aserver-side script (php, asp, vb, etc.) to generate html pages fromtemplates on your server.
You can use cross frame menu.
It allows you to build full-featured menus on the pagesthat use frame-based structure. And it's not necessary to insert any code into all the pages -just specify the additional parameters of the menu and initialize it.
To install the menu in a cross-frame mode, see more info here:
I've tried that in my dhtml menu maker and it keeps going to the bottom of the list. That's why I emailed my question. I had read the part of drag and drop, but it doesn't seem to work. Don't know if I'm doing something wrong, if my software is corrupted somewhere. Everything else seems to work correctly.
Any other ideas or why it owuld do that?A: Click on the item you want to move.
Move your mouse in the correct place (holding left mouse button).
Wait till you'll have gray line in the place where you want to insertthe item and release mouse button.
Is there a way to have multiple drop down menus on the same web page? What I mean by that is I have a banner with drop downs (horizontal on page) that I want to use possibly with an include statement and when you click on one of the links from the drop down it would take you to a page that is say a department for example. But on this "department page" it would have another list of drop down menues in a different location in a vertical list. This gets tricky with a second set of script running to define the banner and a second set of drop down menues running vertical in a different location. A: You can use as many different drop down menus on your site or your page as you want.
See more info about installation of several menus on the single pagehere: