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    Is it possible to do this?

    I am reorganizing my links page and here is what I'd like to do. I would like to have different headings, such as Entertainment, Humor, shopping, etc. and when you click on a heading the links would be listed below the main title on the same page. For instance, the page would show:

    Entertainment
    Humor,
    Shopping,

    And when you click on Entertainment the links would appear like such:

    Entertainment
    Site1.com - description
    Site2.com - description
    Humor
    Shopping


    Is it possible to do this within the links page itself, and not creating a whole new page?

    Thanks.

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    Possible Solutions:

    I've ran into a few of these, but always avoided them because they seemed to focus on one particular browser or the other (and typically not ADA Compliant), but here's a few good examples from DynamicDrive:

    SwitchMenu, IE5+ centric
    http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex1/switchmenu.htm

    Cool example that seems to work in IE5+ and NS6+ and degrades (wow, that's a politically correct way of saying "sorta works") in other browsers by just displaying a table:
    http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex1/navigate2.htm

    Anyone know if this could be done with CSS and DIVs using "visible" depending on mouseover/click? Hmmm... something to play with for the rest of the day. (>_<)'

    Good luck and if you find any others, lemme know.

    -David

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    I'll check those out. Thanks!

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    I do something like this on my site. Check the code at http://www.byrequest.dj/25501/index.html It is nice and lite and still fairly easy to understand.