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- Paul F. Johnson
October 21, 2003, 12:08 pm
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I have a hacked up context menu at http://www.smmp.salford.ac.uk . If you
click on a division name (e.g. Music) the menu changes to give information
on the music division. Click again, and the broad menu re-appears.
The menus are SSI files.
The way I did this was to create 4 versions of the main index.html page.
Obviously, I can't be doing this for every page, but it is something I
need to do.
What I'm after is a way for this menu system to propogate through each
actual page (so say you click on the Music link and get the context menu,
all the music pages have that context menu, but at the same time, can
click on the Music link again to return to the original broad menu).
Would I have to use some form of CGI to remember the menu in use and from
there use another script to select the correct menu to #include and if
this is the case, can someone point me in the right direction of how to do
it? Or is there a better approach. I do not really want to use JS if I can
get away with it.