Yes too true..

Quite well put..

That's why. I haven't read the rest of the posts on this topic yet as there
are heaps..

but when I started working on my project with my graphics man we discussed
the issue of using JS menus very thoroughly as yes Netscape and IE both have
very different implementations when it comes to using DIV's and layers..

check it out:

Hopefully it should all go well, and for NS users the dynamic menu simply
won't be there and they can use the sidemenu navigation system... For IE
they can utilise both systems..

Please give feedback if you do run into problems though.. Would love to get
some broader testing on it..

If you wanna know how it runs I coded it myself and it uses a nice little
linked list-type PHP array system which can be dynamically modified through
each page (since the whole site runs off this really intergrated mysql
principle) which will reflect the changes in the navbar menu and popup JS

Ok.. well thx for feedback anyway.. Hope I can help..

----- Original Message -----
From: "michael kimsal" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Monday, April 29, 2002 2:46 PM
Subject: Re: [PHP] lookin for a Menuing System...

> Miguel Cruz wrote:
> >>
> >>Do it in JavaScript, it works and it's client side so it will be
> >>faster.
> >
> >
> > But take care - using JavaScript for site navigation is tricky business.
> > Some people don't use it, some people can't use it (not supported by
> > browsers / hardware / corporate policy), and search engines certainly
> > won't follow those links.
> >
> Can someone point me to hardware that is still in active use that can't
> handle javascript?
> Similarly, can someone point me to a company that specifically disables
> javascript as 'corporate policy'?  Back in 96-97, the 'no javascript'
> argument held, and probably holds today some if you're targetting
> handhelds and other 'non standard' devices.  But if someone specifically
> disables Javascript these days, a good portion of their web experience
> will not be as robust as it would otherwise be, and they probably won't
> notice that using your site is any worse than any other site.
> IMO, it's now like targetting only websafe colors because some people
> might only browse in 256 colors.  If they do that, about 80% of the
> web's content will look like crap anyway, and they won't specifically
> think my stuff looks all that much worse than anyone else's.
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