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Yes it is possible. The following page shows an example of how to do it with an Accordion panel. You would need to use XML to generate the updated menus on the fly. More than likely if you are using a news-type system the XML will be generated from the SQL data. All the information you need to get you started is in the Labs:
http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/spry/samples/accordion/AccordionSample2.html - Accordion link
http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/spry/home.html - Spry homepage. Most documents are in the samples link
I don't think that helped. I think I understand what you mean, but the pages don't really point me in the right direction.
I'm having same problem. I assumed that by setting up the spry menu bar that it would inherently transfer to all pages as that's what a menu is for....
How do I get the menu buttons/fly outs on the index to show up in the other website pages that are already linked to the same external style sheet.
Make a new HTML or PHP page and create your menu on that (name is something like menu.html or menu.php). Insert the menu on your pages (if an HTML page, use Insert>Server-Side Include, if a PHP page, use Insert>PHP Objects>Include). When your menu requires updating, you only have to change the menu.html (or menu.php if you created a php page) document. Since the Include is added on the fly by the server, it will always reflect the current menu page items. Hope this helps.