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    Member jagstangman's Avatar
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    i was wondering if it is possible to create a CSS rollover menu but instead of have the links for the menu in a list on that page, to have the links in an external javascript file so updating or adding new links to the navigation is easier when i have loads of pages?

    I have tried but i have been unsucessful.

    I wan't sure if this would go in here or the javascript forum.
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    Senior Member Stylise's Avatar
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    Why do you want to put content in a js file?

    You could use SSI, if your server allows it.

    http://www.htmlite.com/SSI003.shtml

    It pretty much works the same ways as includes does in PHP.

    Not sure what you wanted to know about the rollover?

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    Member jagstangman's Avatar
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    Thanks, ive tried it but I can't seem get it to work, does it have to be on a server because my site isn't uploaded yet its just on my HD.
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    Senior Member Stylise's Avatar
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    Yeah, it'll need to be on a server to work.

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    Member jagstangman's Avatar
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    thought so. I'll try that out sometime when my site is online.
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