I'm in need of a robust, cross-platform drop down menu for my website (horizontal menu, vertical drop down). I'm not looking for anything too fancy, just something that will get the job done in all modern browsers and without any slow down effects (well optimized code). The menu has to be search engine friendly, too.
I have tried using the popular Suckerfish drop down (CSS/DHTML) however this suffers from certain flaws when using different browsers and platforms... [url removed, login to view]
Also a very important detail of this work (and another flaw with the DHTML drop down) is that the menu will be positioned on top of a leaderboard (728x90) advertisement which could be a flash animation. There has to be no problems with menus showing on top of flash animations.
I believe the best way to go is with java, although that is not a requirement. And, of course, I will need at least some basic instructions on how to implement the menu in case I want to add/remove some items in the future.
Finally, this is a great example of a drop down menu that works well:
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See the "Thread Tools" button almost at the top of the page, it works with a click and shows a menu. For this project however I would prefer that the menus dropped down when on hover.
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Hi, I just worked with the same drop down menu!, it is runing on IE, Netscape, Firefox! it is runing with Flash the same with your require! plz check PMB for demo! regards
Hi! Thanks for your information. I very interest by that info. I will do it very well if you want to collaborate with me. Plz select to me, I will help you with perfect result. Thanks for hear me
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Hi, I have the menu structure that you want and it is very easy to change with just aarys that is in a seperate [login to view URL] you think its feasible we can go ahead. Regards Ashish