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    Drop-Down Menu

    I have a page at - http://www.moderntimes.com/ -, I have a horizontal navigation menu, and I would like to add drop-downs to each menu item.

    Any suggestions. . .

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    I meant "MenU"

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    PHP Tip: If you want to use short tags (<? or <?=$var) then make sure short_open_tag is set to "1". It really helps.

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    BIG HELP!!!

    Thanks DAN!!

    You are the type that makes me stat away from these things.

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    I'm sorry to have offended you!

    That wasn't the intent of that post at all.. I had to run out and I looked through the forums once, and thought that if you were totally lost, I could at least point you in the right direction..

    Please accept my apologies for any offense given!

    However, as you did ask for any suggestions, I think my post remains valid. If you had actually clicked on the link, the first few items that come up on the search are, IMHO, the best ways to create a horiz drop down menu. If you had asked me in person, I would have suggested them to you, so I don't see what is so terrible about me pointing them out in this fashion.

    If you want a good menu, the first five or six links in the google search are great places to look.

    There, you have my suggestion!

    All the best,
    Dan
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    Hi Dan,

    I do apologize about getting bent. The first thing I usually do is 'google' for an answer. That's how I found the horizontal menu on listamatic. All I was asking is if there was a easy way to add sub-menu's to the nav bar without recoding from scratch.

    Thanks, again I apologize
    Sincerely,
    Michael

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    Have you looked at the suckerfish dropdown yet? I've used that before.
    http://alistapart.com/articles/dropdowns/
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