I have attached a require PHP to my html pages for my vertical navigation bar but now my problem is how do I do this and have the navigation menu side be side with my text?
Here is one of the pages on my site, the home page works great but I can't get the ones with the PHP to cooperative.

stweb.ccv.edu/CIS-2140-VOo1/tam12220/Project/DCF.php

Thanks in advance.
Tina

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LastMitch

@tinabina22

I have attached a require PHP to my html pages for my vertical navigation bar but now my problem is how do I do this and have the navigation menu side be side with my text?
Here is one of the pages on my site, the home page works great but I can't get the ones with the PHP to cooperative.

The link doesn't work. What are you trying to do?

If have a code it would be nice if you can post it or if you have an image of your website post it too so we can have a better understanding what you are trying to do.

Thank you so much for responding, it took me awhile but I ended up creating a horizontal navigation bar instead. I am in deep appriecation of your assistant though.
Tina

Tina,

In one of your other threads, I provided a link for a multi-level navigation menu (horizontal). Feel free to use and adapt for your needs.

Please share your code so you can get perfect solution.

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diafol

php will spit out html. It's the css (or even js-helper scripts) that will transform html into formatted menus. I'm assuming that your php-derived html consists of nested ul/li tags.

PHP is a powerful tool for making dynamic and interactive Web pages.
PHP is the widely-used, free, and efficient alternative to competitors such as Microsoft's ASP.

Thank you to all who have assisted me in solving my issues. Between all your help and much trial and error I finally finished my site and it is up and running.

Thanks again
Tina