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JQuery :: Vertical Menu Plugin Recommendation?


Can any one recommend a vertical menu plugin that could be used in a sidebar. I've used Superfish, but I don't care for fly-outs and would prefer a collapsable version that drops straight down on click or mouse over.


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Not sure if this has been covered ( a google search came up pretty
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I have a site that:
- has multi-level cascading menus
- floats center of the browser window
- Will have fairly heavy Safari and Firefox views (~25%)

Finding a cascading menu is easy, I trip over about half a dozen of
those a week. The problem is when you maximize on a big screen in
firefox, some pages will lose the right-hand side scrollbar. Because
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center" most cascading menus use is off by hte distance of what would
be hte scroll bar.

Does anyone know of a cascading meu that does NOT have this problem
(i.e. center foating screen, menus dont knock off when the browser is
maximized in Firefox?

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<div id="vnav">
<ul>
<li>
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[code]....

It's basically a vertical list of links, with more specific links hidden inside categories. When you click a category, the specific links should slide down. This is the JS/jQuery part:

Code:

<script type="text/javascript">
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[code]....

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what I see now is this:

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