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    Question NOF 10: Navigation Button Structure

    Does anyone know of a navigation button Style (with long page names) that shows all website pages and their relationship with each other, at all times?

    Example: In Windows XP Pro, Windows Explorer, Detail Viewing Mode, the Folder Details Window (= left side navigation buttons), outlines all directories graphically. This Folder Detail Window, shows relative long file names with five or six different levels of sub-directories.

    I would like my nav buttons to mimick that Folder Detail Window, revealing exactly where one is on my website, and where he has been.

    The structure of my website is very complex and I want to graphically display where one is, at all times.

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    A graphical site map would display your entire site structure.

    http://www.toedter.com/en/htmlsitemap.html is a very good component for Fusion.

    For a true menu, look into Likno's Dropdown Menu Trees.

    http://www.likno.com/drop-down-menu-...a_aid=bb20a47e
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    Default Likno Software

    Bought it!

    Thanks, it looks like just the solution.

    Thank you!

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    Chuck,

    I know how to compile and save a .awm file but how do I create the .js file that the AWM Component in NOF is looking for to display the nav display?

    Dimplesmicmule

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    Go back to the Likno site and download the NetObject Component - http://www.likno.com/fusion_instructions.html
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    Look at the tutorial on Beyond Fusion.

    http://www.beyondfusion.com/html/tutorial-awm.php

    Compiling the menu in AWM generates the JavaScript menu file.
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