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    Network Bars

    Where would i find a script like the one thats displayed in the top of this site? /\

    I would really like to install a network bar for all my websites.

    I want a free script im too poor to purchase one.

    http://www.inetinteractive.com/netwo...mages/inet.gif

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    It's simple HTML. View the source code for the page to see how it's done.
    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vortex-Steve
    It's simple HTML. View the source code for the page to see how it's done.
    Yep, it should be fairly easy to find a tutorial on this on Google as well, just dig around and once you get it setup the way you want it to be, I think it'll be very very easy to edit it, add links, categories, and so on.

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    thanks for the replys, I thought it may have been a script but if its just html i should have no problem in creating one.

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    Well, its actually html and javascript, I believe. They are called jump menu's. If you have Dreamweaver its a feature easy to implement. If you do not have Dreamweaver, then you can see how to make them here:
    http://javascript.internet.com/navig...jump-menu.html

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    Have fun! Yet more proof that Dreamweaver rocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joshcrick
    Have fun! Yet more proof that Dreamweaver rocks.
    Meh, I prefer VIM as my (X)HTML editor

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    uber leet

    How about notepad for programming php?

    to each their own, I love Dreamweaver, I really need that visual aspect, I have a bad code to visual mind.

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