Simple web site navigation menu using the SurgeMenu cascading menu system
November 24, 2007
The screenshot is of part of the site navigation menu from my Grow'Em Plant Propagation Database:
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The Ars Informatica SurgeMenu DHTML Cascading Menu System
November 23, 2007
This project started with the search for a simple, clean, cascading menu system I could use for a web site I was working on.
I found a few, but none that had everything I needed.
And thus, SurgeMenu was born.
The above screenshot is of an eleven-item menu, each with second-tier submenus containing from 6-10 items, twenty-five third-tier menus, and five fourth-tier menus. Grand total: 289 selectable menu items. It meets the requirements above, and more. It is easily configured, using standard CSS and simple PHP calls.
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January 31, 2007
Phew. If the preceding line makes your head hurt, relax. It's much easier than it sounds.
If you've managed a web site long enough, you'll have changed your layout, your pages, maybe your directory structure. You yourself, and others, will have links to your old pages. Search engines may have links to your site as well. You don't want broken links. You don't want to lose search-engine traffic, lose clients, lose credibility. You need to redirect.
Again, we show you how.