Menu!?

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Can you make the menu scroll down with the page so that it's always in view even if the page is really long? I've seen this feature on sites before.
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Donald

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KanThaiDecor

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I like that idea....Would be nice on some of my newer pages I am going to be creating
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Donald

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yep... Some of my pages are so long that you have to scroll all the way to the top to get back to the menu.
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Unfortunately I don't know of a way to do this with our current styles, but I can ask our developers to work on something like this for a future release. You might want to consider reducing the number of pages in your main menu by creating subpages. This will make navigation a great deal easier for your users. See http://tinyurl.com/culdho for instructions on how to do this.
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I setting up a new site with a menu that may interest you it's at
http://shoppealot.com/a1-htm

The code came from
http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicin...

They carry many different type and style of menus.

The big problem with this is that you have to add the menu to each page if you want to take you time. If you in a hurry this idea won't work well. You'll have to plan to spend some time with. And every time you add or delete a page you have to change every menu on every page.

So others that you can see working on my site are at
http://www.shoppealots.com and http://loydsworld.com and http://www.hometownmercantile.com all three have different types menus of

In loydsworld I only put the sub category on those page that our in the main category.

Wish I could have a of template and only have to change or add contains.

On longer page I like to use the "Return to Top of Page" to save on scolling.

Another site http://loyds.co.cc/test-mid-page-link... you can set up the Mr & Mrs 1-5 and when you click on them you drop down on the page and when you done you can return to top. To much information and your loading will sometime slow down.

Just suggestions

Papa
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KanThaiDecor

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Very cool....Let me know if you start a link exchange program...I have a furniture site and we would relate well.
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Donald

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hey John, I am actually looking for others to exchange links with. Good way to get additional traffic.