DHTML Lab: Hierarchical Menus Ver. 2 (Cross-Browser/Frames)
Hierarchical Menus Ver. 2 (Cross-Browser/Frames)
Pass your mouse over links above to reveal menus.
This tutorial can be appreciated by users of any browser, any version. The in-line examples will work only in Netscape Navigator 4 and Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 for Windows.
The hierarchical menus just won't go away. They are now in use on Web pages originating in five continents. (We have yet to hear from authors in Africa and Antarctica). And if we had a nickel for every piece of mail they have generated, well, it would be "good bye day-job."
Readers queries, suggestions and improvements have been studied and incorporated into a new version of the Hierarchical Menus script. Version 2 offers additional functionality, bug fixes and more efficient code. At the same time, it includes both single window and frame functionality. It is highly recommended that it replace Version 1 on your Web pages.
Familiarity with the Hierarchical Menus for Frames script, developed in column 18.
The present column will deal only with the changes and improvements made to these scripts, when incorporating them into Version 2. The unchanged parts of the script will, however, be repeated for reference purposes.
In This Column
We will discuss:
For the first time, in our columns, we will learn to use:
First, let's look at what's new in version 2.
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Created: May. 22, 1998
Revised: May. 22, 1998