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    Tree view

    I am looking for a tree view
    it must work for XHTML transitional and new browsers

    thank you

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    Forest?

    Do you mean a menu system looking like windows explorer?
    Try NosTree on Javascript Kit or Smart Folding Menu Tree script on Dynamic Drive.
    If you search for "menu tree script" i'm sure there's more to find.
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    Google!

    To prove my point: i searched "menu tree script", and found the above mentioned, and two more:

    Animated vertical menu tree script (SimplyTheBest)
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    AnimTree (DHTMLKitchen).
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    !!

    Thank you very much Ronald , exactly what I was looking for !

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    Note: The Smart Folding Menu Tree on Dynamic drive isn't valid XHTML. It uses multiple-identical ids to achieve it's effects.

    I'm in the process (95% finished) of writing a better, easier to use, more effecient, more compatible version of this script (well, not really a version, just the same appearance, all the code is mine from the ground up)

    Check it out here

    As far as windows-style folder trees, this one is the best/most compatible I've seen.
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    XHTML

    thank you very much for the links and your work

    it is very strange to find so many dhtml only IE compatible
    and nearlly nothing XHTML compatible

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    wonderfull beetle

    the best i have seen and for XHTML

    I have put aall the nodes into an external javascript

    var Tree = new Array;
    // nodeId | parentNodeId | nodeName | nodeUrl
    Tree[0] = "1|0|Page 1|#";
    Tree[1] = "2|1|Page 1.1|#";
    ect....

    so I can Write it from my database

    what will be great is to read directly a xml file with nodes from je javascript

    <nodes>
    <node nodeId="1">
    <parentNodeId>3</parentNodeId>
    <pageName>Home</pageName>
    <pageUrl>default.aspx</pageUrl>
    </node>
    </nodes>


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