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Using a dynamic drive slide-in menu as a multi-tab vertical nav bar

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Please take a look at this page: http://www.discretedata.com/JCRD/slide-inMenu.html.

I'd like to use this as a vertical menu with maybe 5 tabs. Can I do that by modifying the html and/or javascript of the page? I imagine by having all new id's in the second instance of the script, but exactly what would that look like?

Also, if it's not asking too much for this question, how would I get the submenu links to have a hover state?

If you can see what I'm going for and there's a much better/simpler way to do it, please let me know.

Thanks,
John
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Take a look at one of the menu's here. There's lots to chose from:
http://www.stunicholls.com/menu/hover_through.html
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What a great resource, thanks!  I'm going to award you the points and re-ask the question. Because while i still want to get a better understanding of javascript, your answer is worth 500 points, and I don't want you to miss out if someone else answers the question specifically.

-John
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Thanks again. I'll re-post a revised question in a few minutes.
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