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Is there a hack or mod to make sub-topics possible?


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joejersey

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I like to have my menu look something like this (not necsessarily collapsible but that would be even better). One level would be good. More elvels excellent.

Home
Topic
>Topic
>>Topic
>Topic
Topic
>Topic
>Topic
>>Topic
>Topic
Topic

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drshakagee

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Sounds like a job for a normal block and some html skillies.
Yes I am mental.

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joejersey

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I know a little about making DHTML menus so maybe I'll can do some experimenting. But where to insert the code?

Were this an ordinary HTML page I would insert the js script in the header and the menu itself in a table positioned where the men woul go. But in a structure like Geeklog, I don't know where to do that code so it appears in the place of the exisitng menu.

I have a good PHP editor (PHPdeveloper 2006) so if I knew where to put the js I might be able to do it.

Suggestions someone?


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beewee

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Location:The Netherlands, where else?
Look over here, browser compliant, easy, full CSS for Gecko browsers and a little additional Javascript for IE.
Dutch Geeklog sites about camping/hiking: www.kampeerzaken.nl | www.campersite.nl | www.caravans.nl | www.caravans.net

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suprsidr

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or you can head over to Blaine's site and get his glmenu which has all those features built in.

FlashYourWeb and Your Gallery with the E2 XML Media Player for Gallery2 - http://www.flashyourweb.com

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drshakagee

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Quote by joejersey:But where to insert the code?

Were this an ordinary HTML page I would insert the js script in the header and the menu itself in a table positioned where the men woul go.


You can put your javascript in the header.thtml file and put the html for the actual menu in a 'normal' block.
Yes I am mental.

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joejersey

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Thanks for solving the mystery of which file gets the js. I made a few stabs at testing various files - not that one - and was ready to give up.

I'll try again in a few hours.


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