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New CD site with DHTML menu online

Here is a site we did *before* VANTAA which used another type of DHTML menu system:

http://www.greenteam-freising.de/

We could not and did not use it for the VANTAA Wizard (no automatic unlimited-depth, two-levels only, not scalable with CityScript) but its a nice enough site and might give you some ideas...concerning menu systems and picture galleries.

Regards

Patrick Thomas
http://www.telepark.de

Patrick Thomas
Wednesday, May 26, 2004

That's (almost) exactly the style and effect that I'm trying/looking for, for a site I'm doing! Artistically challenged, I've been searching for weeks for a site that says: this is how it's supposed to look.

Beauty, thanks for the link. Sigh, now I'm not going to stick to my planned schedule for today :(

Thanx
PNII

Perpetual Newbie II
Wednesday, May 26, 2004

Very nicely done. I was wondering: where do all those linefeeds in the source come from? Was this intentionally done?

Rinus Luijmes
Sunday, May 30, 2004

http://www.milonic.com/

Get the DHTML menus here

Aryeh
Sunday, May 30, 2004

Actually, thanks for the posting....:-) the DHTML menu system alone costs around 47 US$ ***PER domain aka per website*** and the reseller edition costs  around 376 US$. No, not royalty-free. Those 376 include 10 menus. Per domain again. Want more domains ? Pay again.

And you have to hardcode each menu by hand, of course.

The DHTML menu system we used in that website I mentioned above is Ger Versluis "HV Menu" which you can find at http://www.dynamicdrive.com/

Regards

Patrick Thomas
http://www.telepark.de/  ...take a look at VANTAA ;-)

Patrick Thomas
Sunday, May 30, 2004

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