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dTree - Flexible JavaScript Tree Menu

dTree is an easy to setup & use classic JavaScript tree menu. With a XHTML 1.0 strict validated output, this tree menu supports unlimited number of levels and remembers the state between pages. dTree is free and very simple to set up and use. You don’t have to worry about adding pages to the tree in a specific order, which makes it ideal for generating a tree menu from a database.

dtree javascript tree menudTree Features
  • Unlimited number of levels
  • Can be used with or without frames
  • Remembers the state of the tree between pages
  • Possible to have as many trees as you like on a page
  • All major browsers suported
  • Internet Explorer 5+
  • Netscape 6+
  • Opera 7+
  • Mozilla
  • Generates XHTML 1.0 strict validated output
  • Alternative images for each node
The items don’t need to be in an order within the code as you can re-order them. This is a functional feature when creating the menu from a database. The script is well-documented and this example shows how flexible it is.

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All necessary files need for the tree to work. An example and the API are also included.
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