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Outlook style left hand menu bar

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Im currently working on an asp.net application, and the customer
expressed a prefference for a sliding left hand menu, similar to the
one in outlook

( The menus work like a stack, with the active menu at full height,
preceeding menus collapsed and above the active one, and later menus
collapsed at the foot of the active menu )

I had a first stab at this , but I cant change the height of a panel
dynamically.

Can anyone point me in the direction of sites that explain how this is
achieved with ASP.net's tools ?

Thanks,Simon

May 30 '07 #1
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you will need to learn javascript to do this correctly (though you may
be able to buy a turn key solution. The ajax toolkit has a control that
could be used for this.

-- bruce (sqlwork.com)

Simon wrote:
Im curretly working on an asp.net application, and the customer
expressed a prefference for a sliding left hand menu, similar to the
one in outlook

( The menus work like a stack, with the active menu at full height,
preceeding menus collapsed and above the active one, and later menus
collapsed at the foot of the active menu )

I had a first stab at this , but I cant change the height of a panel
dynamically.

Can anyone point me in the direction of sites that explain how this is
achieved with ASP.net's tools ?

Thanks,Simon
May 30 '07 #2

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