#61 Creating Jump Menus

One great example of a client-side form is a jump menu from which a visitor selects a page in your Web site from a pop-up menu. A jump menu works because script (in this case, JavaScript) acts on a form and effects an action (in this case, opening a new Web page) based on data the visitor entered into the form (the page he or she chose from the jump menu). Dreamweaver creates jump menu forms and automatically generates the required JavaScript.

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