> If his client wants twisty navigation, and he knows what the hell the > guy is talking about... he'll have one more client than I will. I > would've been giving the guy the glassy-eyed stare, wondering whether > twisty navigation meant curvy, convoluted, rotating DNA strand > navigation or what :-) Heh. Probably it did, and I am going to have one seriously disappointed client tomorrow morning. He wanted his website to look like the title sequence from Spiderman, and he ends up getting Windows Explorer. Anyway, I think you guys are right, this is called "tree"-style navigation. The ColdFusion tag <CFTREE> should have tipped me off to this. I think they're called twisties in Lotus Notes. Oh well, nearly finished. Ciao! CK.