Forum Rules -- Read First
Just some basic guildlines to speed up answering your questions:
1. See if your question has been answered
Please look through the forums first to see if your question already has an answer. There are really a lot of threads out there. Odds are someone has asked about something similar in the past.
2. Post in the right section
3. Post a descriptive title!!
The most frequent problem in here is that so many threads are titled "help" or "looking for a script" or "help" or "question about a script". So frustrating! We know that. You're posting on a web design support forum-- you need help, you're looking for something, or have a question about a script, etc. Give us some information so we know what you are asking.
Someone might even ignore a thread if they don't think they can help because your title was vague (ie asking "how do I make a menu" might draw them in whereas "looking for a script" will be ignored), and it will be very helpful in finding your thread a second time or for others searching for similar requests.
4. Describe your problem thoroughly
We can't guess what you want. Post information so we can help.
A) Give us enough information to work with-- pictures, descriptions, links to your existing pages, etc. are all very helpful. Did you try to figure it out yourself? Post some code.
B) Give us an example if you can.
C) Just telling us "it should be a script that does _____" or "I want a _____ script" won't help. We know how to write code, but we may have never seen the type of script you want. Tell us what a [your term here] is.
We can't write or find a code in a void. Frequently it will need to be integrated with your page, your site, your layout, your graphics, or need certain features that you may or may not have.
Hope we can help!