First, please lets not get into a discussion about the relative merits of tables vs CSS. :-)
I've created a website using Photo Shop and have a set of images in a table that comprise a horizontal menu. If you've never seen a Photo Shop website or you are not following what I mean please see the website in question:
(text is not mine, I know it reads sort of "rural")
I need to change the menu into a drop-down menu to avoid using the sub-menus on each subsection of the web that I presently have.
The solution I have in mind should function sort of like one of the following:
... however I need to be able to insert the menu items into the current tables, use the current graphics for the initial menu item and not have them push the rest of the page around. If you have seen the results from using Xara Menu Maker that's sort of what I want. The above examples use positioned <div> elements that after a couple of hours of work I was not able to get to function correctly.
Oh, of course it needs to be cross-browser capable.
I'm pretty sure this is all client-side but in case it's not the website is being served in Win2K/IIS5 in regular-old ASP.
Now I'm not a java developer, I can muddle my way around a little in the code but this is a freebie site I did for the guy and I'm really out of time on it. I can of course handle putting my own labels in the code and maybe extending an array or 3 but I'm looking for some code that will work for me without having to learn how it works first and then re-write it if you can see where I'm coming from.
Thanks in advance for any assistance, and just ask if you need more clarification.