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Hi ,
I worked a lot on JSP and Servlets but my knowledge for Java Script is limited.
Can anyone suggest me how to build PopUp Menus on web page using java script and html
thannx in advance...
 
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You can use DIV (in IE) or layers (in netscape) and set their visibility to hidden. Set their position to absolute. Then on some event, show them. I use onMouseDown and I check the button property of the evenet object. If it is 2, then it was a right click, and I show my DIV by setting its visibility to visible.
 
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Thanx Bodie..
Can you give me some sample code..........
my email id is ninadparkhi@usa.net
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