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    Link Bar 'drowdowns' (FP 2003 SP1)

    Is there an easy way to have a button in the Navigation Bar "dropdown" to show subpages? Like a Main Button, and clicking on it shows a dropdown type menu with choices. Clicking on a choice then goes to that page. I've been searching and am probably using the wrong terms because I'm not coming up with anything.

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    Re: Link Bar 'drowdowns' (FP 2003 SP1)

    This is usually done via a java script. If you Google "Java drop down menu", you'll find lots - some of them freebees. I use J-Bots . It's not free but there are a multitude of tools and it automatically generates the scripts for you. Definitely worth considering.
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    Re: Link Bar 'drowdowns' (FP 2003 SP1)

    I don't use FP very much, but I'd be surprised if they haven't (finally!) built in something that makes this easier to do without having to write or paste in your own script code. Does the help for FrontPage 2003 mention navigation bars, etc.?

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    Re: Link Bar 'drowdowns' (FP 2003 SP1)

    All I can find is the same thing they've always had; one level! It's very frustrating...
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