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Create A Drop Down Menu For Typepad

I recently had to help someone with some alterations to their typepad site and they requested dropdown menu's for their site as in the image below.

Drop Down menu's
This proved to be extremely hard as though their are many solutions on the internet most for whatever reason proved not to work , or work in typepad.

I then got in touch with Stephen Mitchell from EZCREATE who came up with the following code.


<!--*  CSS  -->

<style type="text/css">


.combobox {

background-color: #75519A;

color: #FFFFFF;

font:12px Arial;



option  {  padding:1px 1px 1px 8px; }



<!--  AMENDED HTML  -->


<select class="combobox" name="SiteMap" onchange="if(options[selectedIndex].value){location = options[selectedIndex].value}" size="1">

<option selected>Select Page </option>

<option value="http://enternameofyour site.com_/thefirstpage.html">The First Page</option>

<option value="http://enternameofyour site.com_/thesecondpage.html">The Second Page</option>

<option value="http://enternameofyour site.com_/thethirdpage.html">The Third Page</option>

<option value="http://enternameofyour site.com_/thefourthpage.html">The Fourth Page</option>

<option value="http://enternameofyour site.com_/thefifthpage.html">The Fifth Page</option>

<option value="http://enternameofyour site.com_/thesixthpage.html">The Sixth Page</option>






You should enter the address of the page where I have put http://enternameofyour site.com_/thefirstpage.html 

Then where I have The First Page , enter what you would like in the drop down menu.

If you have less pages just delete the line form <option value to option >

If you have more pages just copy one of the lines.

Remember this is entered as a Typelist Notes page and then when you publish you will get the following 

Products & services drop down