Drop Down Navigation Menu Wizard : Step 1 of 2

Create a customized JavaScript and/or PHP/Perl drop down navigation menu.


Drop Down Navigation Menu Wizard: Step 1 of 2


What is the Drop Down Navigation Menu Wizard?

This Wizard creates a customised drop down navigation menu like what you see on some websites. It generates all the scripts and HTML code you need. Just put the scripts on your website, and cut and paste the HTML code into your web pages, and you have a working drop-down navigation menu on your site!

Features

Conditions of Use

THIS SERVICE, THE INFORMATION SUPPLIED AND THE SCRIPT(S) GENERATED ARE PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, NOT EVEN THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. YOU AGREE TO BEAR ALL RISKS AND LIABILITIES ARISING FROM THE USE OF THIS SERVICE, THE INFORMATION SUPPLIED AND THE SCRIPT(S) GENERATED BY IT.

If you do not agree to the above, you may not use this service nor may you use the script(s) generated by it.

Generate Your Customized Navigation Menu

Scroll down for the explanation of the options if you need help on the wizard below.



Explanations

Simply complete the form with the following information to generate the scripts and the HTML code that you can paste onto your web pages.

How many menu items do you want?: Before the wizard can generate the menu for your page, you must first tell it how many menu items you want in the menu. For example, if you want a menu item pointing to five of the important pages on your website, choose "5". This wizard accepts a maximum of 30 menu items. If you need more, you can later manually add more items.

Privacy

Worried about your privacy? Check out our privacy policy. Basically, all the data is used purely for generating the code you requested. If it's not needed, it's not requested.

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