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greenday45
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I'm trying to replicate a feature I saw on the University of Notre Dame site (http://nd.edu/). I have looked everywhere for a way to do the drop down navigation they have at the top of their page, but none of the resources I've found have all the features I want. I'm very green when it comes to javascript so the easier the implementation, the better:)

Here is my wish list for it:

1) cross browser compliant (accessibility would be a plus)
2) when you click on a tab it opens, if you click on it again, it closes
3) if you already have a tab open and you click to open a different tab, the other closes

Any help at all is very much appreciated. Thanks!

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if it helps they are using

if it helps they are using prototype

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Hey Deuce, thanks for the

Hey Deuce, thanks for the reply. Ya, I saw they were using prototype, I'm just frankly not affluent enough in javascript to hack their code to make it do what I want. I've been looking into scriptaculous, so I would be using the prototype framework. Thanks again.