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Essential JavaScript™ for Web Professionals, Second Edition by Dan Barrett

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Chapter 3. JavaScript for Navigation

In This Chapter

  • Project I: JavaScript and Pull-Down Menus—Getting to Where You Want to Go!

  • Project II: Using Multiple Pull-Down Menus for Navigation

  • Project III: Using JavaScript on a Log-in Page

  • Project IV: Using CSS/DHTML with JavaScript for Navigation

  • Recap

  • Advanced Projects

So far, you have done a great job adding some new functionality and pizzazz to Shelley Biotech's homepage. Now that your boss has seen how great JavaScript can be, another idea has popped into his head. The powers that be would love to be able to add a pull-down menu to the secondary navigation on the site that would let the user jump quickly to certain pages that are several levels down in the site with only a single click. Of course, ...

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