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    how do i make expanding menu's using PHP?? i want to have a plus sign next to a word, that when clicked (the plus sign or the word) it expands and shows more links underneath

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    That'd be Javascript/DHTML, not PHP. PHP is server-side only. Unless you are talking about putting dynamic data into that menu for some reason.
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    I think he's talking about something similar to vB's template trees and such, in which case you'd first have to find a way to store your data in a tree. I've never tried it myself but I'll have to learn eventually, I'm horrible at data structures.
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    ok, any DHTML idea's, that are easy to do, such as me typing in a name, a html page, and repeating??

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    you can find loads of these on cut and paste sites that you would be able to modify for you own needs such asthe javascript source or dynamic drive

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