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Hi,
  
   I would need some help in creating drop-down menus in frontpage.  What I need is the create the "tree" menus or something in the same family.  What I mean by tree menu is the menus for example with the little plus sign on the right so that when you click on the plus sign it drops down choices.  Example:

+ AUTOMOBILES  (if you click on the little plus sign to the right, it would look like this:

- AUTOMOBILES
  + BLACK CARS
  + BLUE CARS
  + GREEN CARS

Then if I would click on "BLACK CARS", it would look like this:

- AUTOMOBILES
  - BLACK CARS
     + PORSCHE
     + TOYOTA
  + BLUE CARS
  + GREEN CARS

I need help in creating these types of menus in frontpage 2000.  Pleae help

Thanks,
JJ

RE: menus

Try http://www.softcomplex.com/products/tigra_tree_menu/

You can also do it without javascript.  Google for CSS menus.  I did find it once but it took quite a while locating it.

Also, if you're using FP2000, you'll have to do all the CSS bits by hand.  FP2000 just crashes on CSS.

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