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    I need to change the navigation bar for my site as there are new sections to it which I can't integrate into the current navigation element. I would like somebody to create a breathtaking one for me (probably in DHTML). As you can see, the rest of the site is very plain-looking and so I need to the navigation bar to be really special. Do you know how much money it would cost? PM me if you can do one for me or email: na@NOJUNKMAILnazam.com (removing the 'NOJUNKMAIL').

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    just go purchase this product
    http://www.coalesys.com/products/web...es/default.asp

    It rocks - I use it on a few sites...

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    chrisk,

    WOWSERS!!!

    I'm moving this thread to the Affiliate Marketing Power Tools Forum

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    I use the ASP version on some sites and generate the menus from a database - no hard coding. The ASP version comes with the GUI for making static ones too I think.

    The panelbar is good also - you can see it in action here http://x.fhome.com/

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    Heck .. I think a smooth page nav scroller like this one does much better.

    And .. it only cost $30

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    Very nifty (coalesys product) but not very search engine friendly. All the links to sub-pages are hidden in a separately loaded javascript. You chance to create backlinks to your own site for spiders to crawl through is completely gone.

    Hi ho, zippity zee -
    It's straight HTML coding for me!
    (- but with a database driven PHP page driver underneath! )

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    Use plain text links at the bottom of the page and create a site map for the se to crawl.

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    I use the DTHML Menu builder DHTML Menu Builder. It makes excellent menus of all types without having to code. It will even install the code on your pages for you.
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