Collapsible menus have become a staple in Web development, and you can generally avoid the hassle of creating your own from scratch by simply searching the Internet for something that is close to what you want; then make any adaptations necessary to reflect your own site’s needs. Collapsible menus generally come in two styles:
How they work
To edit the menu for your own purposes, you simply change the links in the array (shown in bold in the preceding code). Most menus are built using an array that’s at least somewhat similar to the preceding one. Note the correlation between the first argument in the item function (parent) and the actual values used in the array. When an item’s parent argument is true, instead of a link, the category of links is named and no actual link is generated. When the parent argument is false, a link is generated. Each menu you find on the Web might have a somewhat different implementation, but the general construction will be the same.
Finding collapsible menus on the Internet
As mentioned, you generally don’t need to write your own menu from scratch, because so many developers have made them freely available. Instead, you can download someone else’s menu and change the CSS and some of the other specifics, such as where the links go.
One common style used with vertical menus is a Windows Explorer-like menu tree. The scripts on this site contain detailed instructions on how to use the menus on your own site. You can enter “DHTML menus” into Google to find additional menus.
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