Menu Bar built in Javascript? Any alternatives???

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I have a great program called Agama Web Menu's. Its super easy to use. When I go to build the menu it says "Your browser does not support the javascript". Is there any way other program available that would allow me to create it, upload the pictures to the file manager (where it reads them from) and have drop down capabilities?

I really wish we could use java or atleast have some kind of cap on it. If that is possible.

Ive tried using the drop down menu that you have to create in HTML, but that is just unprofessional looking. I need an alternative to the standard menu feature as well as the html widget.

Thanks,

Mike
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Peter

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Hello Mike,

I have created Synthasite menus extensively with Agama so I'm not sure what the problem is.

Can you tell me what options you're selecting in the file creations?
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certainly .. I am trying to use the Agamamenus pop up menu feature.
I didnt get too in depth .. just created main items with sub items where necessary .. plugged in the appropriate links in the URL spot for MOUSE ON CLICK .. after all was complete I went to build menu ..
In menu ID .. I typed in a name that deals with my site
clicked next
script assembling options came up .. I tried both the single script file and the separate script engine .. in images path I have tried the default and the http:// one (added my site in there)
clicked next
ive tried all three of the next selections (generate source code, remove comments only, and shring)
clicked next put in a target directory on my computer (i guess where it saves the files)
clicked build now and got this:
<!-------------------------------------------------------------------------------->
<!-- Created by Agama Web Menus ver 2.14 -->

Your browser does not support the javascript

<!-------------------------------------------------------------------------------->

This is where I am at now .. I like how the pop up windows work or how they actually DROP DOWN.

If I have to than Ill change it to the tree function.
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Hello Mike,

The list of supported browsers:IE 5.5 and later

Firefox 2 and later
Opera 7 and later
Netscape 6 and later
Safari 3 and later
Chrome (google Inc.)

If you have then check that you have java enabled and loaded. Go to:
http://www.javatester.org/enabled.html
This will test your browser and instruct you on how to install java.

Take it from there
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Thanks for your help here, Peter.