8 Replies Latest reply on Feb 20, 2012 9:28 PM by csclark0530

    Drop down menu...


      I would like to create two drop down menus that work together. Ex:  the first dropdown menu will be "States" and once you select a state it allows the other drop down menu to function, which will be titled "districts"....but I have to be able to created links for each state and each district within a state. Any ideas?

        • 2. Re: Drop down menu...
          csclark0530 Level 1

          Thanks, thats exactly what I would like but I have no idea how to do it, I have my data sheet but I can't get it to do anything even close to that.

          • 3. Re: Drop down menu...
            BenPleysier Adobe Community Professional & MVP

            Have you had a look at the source code of the page to which I supplied the link? At least you have got that to work with, something that we are not privy to with regard to your page.



            • 4. Re: Drop down menu...
              csclark0530 Level 1

              Yeah, I did that but it I'm not  sure how to establish my data into this

              one and apply links for specific selections

              • 5. Re: Drop down menu...
                BenPleysier Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                OK! No more subtleties. If you want assistance, please read the following which can be found here http://forums.adobe.com/thread/470404

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                • 6. Re: Drop down menu...
                  csclark0530 Level 1

                  Sorry, I didn't realize I upset you. I wasn't doing anything wrong, I

                  didn't ask anymore questions, I was simply making a statement in my last

                  comment. Again I apologize if I made you angry, thanks for you help.  :/

                  • 7. Re: Drop down menu...
                    BenPleysier Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                    I am just upset because I know you need help and I am willing to give it to you. But we cannot read minds and we cannot see the code that you are seeing.


                    I'll try another line of attack. Please supply a link to your site or at the very least show us the code markup etc that you are working on.




                    PS I get this grumpiness free of charge, comes with age, so please bear with me.

                    • 8. Re: Drop down menu...
                      csclark0530 Level 1

                      I apologize for that, just know that it's not something that I

                      intentionally did, I am honestly just caught up in trying to finish this

                      site and the stress and complications that I am encountering are

                      aggravating. These things slip my minds on occasion, sorry for the

                      inconvenience. I going to just leave this problem alone, I will figure it

                      out eventually but until then I guess I 'll give you a break . Thanks

                      for all your help.