CSS tree stucture


Could anyone point me in the direction of a CSS tree structure (like a directory tree).

I really need to use <UL> and <LI> html elements so that the tree still looks good when style sheets and images are not avaliable.

It needs to be multi-level:


| |-b
| |-c
|   |-d
|   |-e
| |-f  

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These menus also use JavaScript. Here is a good site to get one with all the code ready to go. Best of all its totally free!!


Go get em:)
Hehe, I once challenged the CSS area to fix my image-less treeview: http://www.windgazer.nl/eexchange/list_test.html
Only Sean, who allas no longer answers questions on EE accualy dared to stand up to the challenge, allas he doesn't have his solution up on the web anymore, I should have it somewhere if it looks like you'll want it, here's the original question: http:Q_21001071.html

Let me know what you think :)


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ramiseesniblicAuthor Commented:
Wonderfull mreuring.  Just what I was after.  

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