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    Expand and Hide Menu

    I am trying to get one main menu option to hide it's contents when I click another main menu option. Is the problem in the XML or in my flash component? The following attachment is the one in question.
    Sample Menu[/URL]

    Thanks!!
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    Looking at that much code makes my head hurt... can you narrow it down? Maybe post the section of code in question?

    Sorry for the late reply - been busy.
    Richard Lyman
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    Here you go VAYKENT.
    This is the XML that I used with the fla in the first post.
    I have one other question for you though, I saw another post like mine but the answer was for the menu options to go to the side.
    I want mine to act kind of like the Outlook bar.
    When I click on the main menu item, I want its sub menus to expand below it.
    When I click on the next Main menu item, I want the first main menu item I clicked to close its contents and then the secound would open its sub menu.

    And what is PHP??
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    I meant, Here it is
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    PHP is something that used to be called "Personal Home Pages", I'm forgetting what it's called now. It's a server-side scripting language, like ASP or JSP.

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