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    help with .js menu

    I found a vertical menu (freeware) that I want to use on my site - my other menu system basically sucked and I think this looks and works a lot better.

    This particular script (it was about the only one I could find) is to be absolutely positioned on the page. I want to put it inside a table with a dynamic width so the menu and an image can be placed dynamically on the page. Can anyone tell me how to do this?

    The scripts are rather long, so here is a link:

    http://unityomaha.org/indextest.html

    This is the menu and the image - under the image are the associated .js files.

    Thanks,

    David

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    Hey springo,

    try this, make the cell with the image absolute giving it an exact pixel dimension. The cell with the menu give no width to.

    Be aware, if you are hoping to be spidered by google and other engines you should avoid javascript links.

    Dave

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    <td> suggestion

    Thanks Dave, but unfortunately, that just puts them right on top of each other - the menu ends up on top of the image.

    Ok, help me with something else if you could - define "spider" - aside from arachnid

    Thanks,

    David

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    Daves referring to the automated search engine 'spiders' that crawl around your site to add links to the search engine.

    Theres some details somewhere on www.google.com, I think.
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