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November 14, 2002
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New FactsOfIsrael.com navigation menu

A couple of days ago I released a new navigation menu as seen on the left and below:

I basically divided the site into 5 main sections:

1) Main: Includes a link to the home page, an introduction, a recommend FactsOfIsrael.com page, a contact us page and an internal search engine.
2) Facts: The original FactsOfIsrael.com pages, including maps, the history of the region, stats and info on Israel's democracy. I also include information on Arafat and other Palestinian terrorists, with a description of what was the British Mandate of Palestine, a list of Palestinian homicide/suicide bombings since October 2000, and additional examples of Palestinian hate and terror.
3) Blog: My daily blog with articles, essays and links organized by categories such as Victims of Palestinian terrorism, anti-Semitism, Jewish History and more.
4) Free Stuff: Things you can download for free, such as the screen saver, the FactsOfIsrael.com weekly newsletter, a document on how to trace hate messages, a way to get FactsOfIsrael.com on your Palm Pilot and more.
5) Various: Pages that didn't fit anywhere else such as a list of recommended books, an online store with products to support Israel, a donations page, a guestbook and more.

While using the new navigation menu, when you open one sub-menu it closes all other sub-menus. This allows me to place additional links in the navigation bar. The menu is based on DHTML and CSS (style sheets) making it available on Mozilla1+, Netscape6+, MSIE 5+ both for Mac and Windows. It also degrades to non-dhtml browsers - it rocks!

I found this great collapsible menu on the "DHTML Kitchen" - if you'd like to implement it yourself, check it out at:


Let me know what you think of the new menus by leaving a comment on this thread, or just send me an email at dmelle@factsofisrael.com

Posted by David Melle at November 14, 2002 01:06 PM
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