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Exploding Navigation Bar

Exploding Navigation Bar

Exploding Navigation Bar


I have been browsing through this forum and am impressed with its quality.  Great job!  As far as I know, my question has not been addressed:  I am using MacroMedia's Studio MX and am having problems designing a vertical navigaion bar in Fireworks MX.  I would like to have the items in the pop-up become aligned and positionally fixed under their source button and above the next button in the nav bar when the source button is in the down state.  Essentially, the button(s) below the button in the down state would have to slide down to make room for the pop-up items.  This would give a similar effect as clicking on a closed panel (e.g. the optimize panel) in Fireworks MX.

I would really appreciate any help!

-- Shawn

RE: Exploding Navigation Bar

this cannot be done in fireworks but you can check out www.dhtml.com and look for expanding menus,  This is all done through dreamweaver if any of the programs but not fireowrks

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RE: Exploding Navigation Bar

Thanks for the tip!  I'll post the solution if I come across it.

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