A Vertical Menu for All Browsers - The Second Drop Down Menu (Page 4 of 4 )
This is the outline diagram of the second drop down menu.
You have one section (main) table, having other tables inside of it. It has two rows of one cell each. The first cell has the character. The reason for this first cell is the same as the reason for the “blank” cells given above.
The second cell in the second row has a table. This table is always displayed when the section table is displayed. The value of the display property of the section table can be changed from "none" to "block" at any time. The value of the display property of this inner table is always "block."
This table is more or less what we called the Outer Table previously. However, its ID has been given to the section table; it no longer has an ID. This table has one row and three cells. Each of these cells has the menu table that can be displayed or removed. Everything else for the second drop down menu is as we set it up previously in this series.
Both files are in ZIP format. The second one includes two images.
We have come to the end of this part of the series. In the next, and last, part I will give you a summary of all what we have learned and then conclude.
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