[thelist] RE: css/drop down menus

Merlene Blacha merlene_blacha at sympatico.ca
Wed Oct 24 16:30:30 CDT 2001

Hi there,

I believe the hiermenus are no longer free. They have licensing
information links all over the site and in the documentation of the
scripts and when I emailed for licensing information the response was
that licensing was $1500 US per site. 


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[mailto:thelist-admin at lists.evolt.org] On Behalf Of Fortune Elkins
Sent: Wednesday, October 24, 2001 2:52 PM
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Subject: RE: [thelist] RE: css/drop down menus

hiya malcolm!

i've had good luck with the hiermenus from dhtml labs. they're free,
good documentation (albeit a tad scattered), and they release new
for free with bug fixes about every 2 weeks. 


sniffs for ya, loads fast, customizable.

it takes a whole afternoon to dig through the archives to understand how
they work since the docs are split up into about a dozen columns. but
that they really only take about 2 hours to set up and then you're good

i also like the projectseven.com dreamweaver layer-based dhtml menus,
the dhtml labs' one is quite robust. 



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