This is a great example of a static menu. It’s very easy to configure.
“An online menu style editor for MenuG3, features “”what you see is what you get””.”
This script uses DHTML to create a menu system which contains a large number of links in a relatively small space. Clicking on one of the links will open a sub-menu.
Slides the browser window off the screen when the link or button is clicked, only to return it to its original location as it loads the link page. Sweet!
This clean-looking menu is very simple to implement and can be placed anywhere on a page. Adding or deleting levels is easy to do. The menu is created without tables, using unordered lists and hidden layers.
This script will call popups from a link. Each popup is sized individually. Can be used more than once on a page.
The slide down menu is composed of a number of menu headers. Upon clicking these headers, its menu items are revealed with a sliding DHTML effect. This script also works in a frameset.
Spruce up your navigation links with this magical shimmering effect! Works in most any browser.
Now you can add links to your Netscape 6 sidebar. Easy!
This script will allow you to use a single link to run a choice of functions. Can be used for different links or tasks. Easy to use.
This script allows users to assign a different function for a different number of clicks.
This simple little script will send the user back to his/her home page.
This menu uses a select/option form component to create a drop-down navigation menu. When the user makes the selection, he will be taken directly to that URL.