Navigation view, site maps and drop-down menus.

March 12, 2007 at 11:29 am Leave a comment

I see a lot of questions related to the old FP navigation View which is no longer supported by expression web.

The old FP nav view was a family tree of your web site pages that would in turn produce some menus for you.

It was an ok system but resulted in non valid code – as is too often the case with FP.

Well help is at hand and i am currently looking for some testers of a technique that will restore this functionality and ease of use.

We are testing a method that creates a simulated FrontPage navigation view and also creates a site map and a drop down menu.

The dropdown is currently a horizontal dropdown menu but i am working on multi level dropdowns that can be slotted directly into you site both horizontal and vertical.

Do you think you can help us test the process?

If you can help, then come to this link and let me know.

 http://www.expression-web-designer-help.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=477&PID=3276#3276

Thanks

JIM

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