The PHPLM Menu system
The PHP Layers Menu (PHPLM) System version 4.0.1

Welcome to the PHP Layers Menu (PHPLM) System
The PHP Layers Menu is a hierarchical menu system that produces "on the fly" DHTML menus relying on the PHP scripting engine. It supports various menu styles including tree menus, horizontal and vertical menus either with or without Javascript support. Javascript support provides a layers based menu structure which is the more visually pleasing and provides for many configurable options.It provides horizontal and vertical layers-based menus whose behavior is analogous to menus of commonly used GUI-based applications. It also provides JavaScript-based tree menus, whose look is analogous to the most widely used file managers and bookmark handling tools.

PHPLM supports a wide range of browsers: Firefox, Internet Explorer, Mozilla, Konqueror, Netscape, Safari, Opera. It attempts to provide the exact same visual menu in every browser. An attempt is also made to provide support for older browser versions. Accessibility is, also, provided for text-only browsers. A compact menu layout and a compact output code is produced even with a large number of menu entries.

PHPLM was originally created by Marco Pratesi in the phplayersmenu Sourceforge project. PHPLM is the continuation of that project with much of the original code intact.

PHPLM is released under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL), either Version 2.1, or (at your option) any later version.

These web pages are created using the latest code from PHPLM. Their purpose is to provide both usefull information about the project but also to demonstratre its capabilities. The original as well as some new demonstrations are provided.

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