ExSite Webware can automatically build context-sensitive menus for your
pages. The advantage of using automated menu-builders is that
your menus automatically expand and contract as pages are added and
removed from your site. By default, menus are assembled using the
application, which can generate menus in several formats.
On the left side of this page, you can see the vertical
menu format, which displays top-level pages in a vertical listing, with
one level of submenu displayed when you are currently in that branch of
the site map. The plug-in allows you to define
special HTML to place between menu items, to get special divider
graphics or other effects. It also marks the current page, and
the parent page, so you can highlight them using CSS as well (as you
can see here).
To view all pages in the site, layed out into a site map, use the sitemap
You can also show path
(or cookie-crumb) menus showing your current position in the site:
You can also make horizontal
format menus, as shown above in the menubar. Vertical format
menus are also possible, if you would rather put your menus in a
ExSite also has alternative menu-generating plug-ins that produce dynamic drop-down and cascading menus.