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want to have a directory like view in my web based application

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Actually I am currently working on project(educational website),in that for designing a home page(displayed after login)
I needed a directory like structure,for:
first the course of user must be displayed
then after selecting course,list of subjects for that course is displayed,
then after selecting particular subject,study materials of that subject is displayed

Don't have any idea, how to do it?
Any suggestion ,will be appreciated..

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Sounds like perhaps what you are after is a tree control?
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yes exactly that is what I was looking for

Now I am so new to all these,that after downloading them I don't know how to use them

I downloaded and extracted the files then i get plugin folder in which there is directoryTree.js
To use this,I will have to include this file in my project?

This is where i have to use tree

I have to add tree in the portfolio section,
I tried this:

wrote it in portfolio section,but nothing changed

and also copied directoryTree.js to project folder

I am using NetBeans ide
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