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    Default Apply Drop Down Menu ontop of other Frames

    Script: AnyLink Drop Down Menu
    http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamici...pmenuindex.htm

    I recently downloaded the forementioned script, and wish to add it onto a page with frames. My goal is to have a narrow frame at the top of the page which holds drop down items (and uses the provided script). The problem I run into is that this drop down menu only displays in the current frame, and as a result becomes squished.

    How do I modify the script so that the drop down menu will fall over top of the frame below?

    Thanks.

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    Hmm... no idea.
    It doesn't seem impossible... but I'm not sure that it is possible.
    We'll see.

    Interesting thought, though.
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    You may have better luck with the milti-level drop down menu HV Menu. I moved from the Anylinks script to HV Menu becuase I wanted the multi-level capabilbity. You can get it here.

    http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamici...menu/index.htm

    To see what I did with it you can go here.

    http://www.tagderry.com/hv_test/

    The source file is there if you are interested in it to see how I did what I did. I would suggest you get the origianal and compare. There are directions included on how to use it in frames.

    Hope this helps.

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