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Default How do I get a menu/navigation look like this? R/O

I hope someone can offer me their input... I am creating a website and I really like the navigation used at www.maccosmetics.com with the multiple boxes. Where can I find a generator to get this affect? I am new to website creating, I know a little about java and html but I'd rather find a online generator that I could make this on online. I've seen a lot of websites tht offer this but unfortunatly, none like this particular layout. Thanks in advance for anyone's help!:D

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On the website I mentioned above, I forgot to mention that it's the "products" link look I'm after with the multiple boxes popping up when the link is mouseovered. :)

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Most menus are gettable. Do you know much about viewing a web sites source code? It can often be a little tricky especially with intentionaly cryptic type of code. To get that menu you need to strip out the .js files and anything associated with them. Use trial and error - strip n test, strip n test ...

Im not so sure its appropriate for me to go any further if you know what I mean...

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You may try the tigra menu scripts (freely available) from

http://www.softcomplex.org

There is a lot of similar scripts you can find at either :

http://www.dynamicdrive.com

or

http://www.dhtmlcentral.com

or

http://www.hotscripts.com
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Thanks Mat and Mad for your suggestions and help, I got the exact menu I was looking for! Thanks again for your replies. :)



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