Tree menu in VBScript????

Is there anyway to make a collapsing tree menu in VBScript for a web page?

I know it's possible in JavaScript but I could do with being able to do it in VBScript.  Can anyone help?
RaggyAsked:
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brunoConnect With a Mentor Commented:
i believe there must have been something useful in the search link i posted
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brunoCommented:
have you done a simple google search?  seems to be some decent choices out there..

http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&q=vbscript+tree+menu
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thirdCommented:
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if you want to use vbscript make sure that you know this will only work in IE. if you want to make it x-browser use javascript.
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RaggyAuthor Commented:
Apologies for leaving the question for so long, just lost track of it.  I have sorted it and I believe that I probably followed your advice, so here's the points.

Sorry for leaving it so long.
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RaggyAuthor Commented:
Ooops, comedy of errors here, just added a comment rather than accepting the answer...D'oh!
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brunoCommented:
Thanks :-)
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