Navigation Scripts - Page 3 | JavaScriptSource

Navigation Scripts - Page 3

These scripts all deal with JavaScript Navigation scripts. They all help your visitors navigate around your site - either with menu lists, random links, etc. General questions about navigation scripts here should be posted to The JavaScript Forum.

  • Link Annotations
    Dec 14, 2007

    This script will show and hide the link's title information right on the page. It could be used in a site map or dynamic menu as well.

  • Local Search Box
    Ilya Lyubinskiy Dec 3, 2007

    This script can be used to create a dropdown search box for your Web site, just like we use on our forums. You can also create dropdown search forms, hint boxes, and menus.

  • Rainbow Link on mouseOver
    Thai Phong Nov 28, 2007

    Implement this script into your Web pages to make all links change color on mouseover event. Colors can easily be added and changed.

  • Rainbow Link on mouseOver
    Thai Cao Phong Nov 23, 2007

    Implement this script into your web pages to make all links change color by themselves on mouse over event.

  • Page Viewer
    Elliot Khazon Nov 19, 2007

    Use this script to load Web pages inside an iframe. Easy to set-up. Everything is adjustable to fit your Web site.

  • Redirect to Last Page Visited
    Dmitriy Simonchik Nov 2, 2007

    This script will redirect the user to the page where he left your site at the last visit. Redirect is only performed if the user enters the main page of your site from any other site. If the user enters your site by direct link from any search engine or another site, the redirect is not performed allowing the user to see the appropriate content.

  • Automatic Breadcrumbs
    Justin Whitford Oct 5, 2007

    This script will automatically build a "breadcrumb" navigational link to any page on your Web site. This allows your visitors to see exactly where they are on your Web site at an given time. Very easy to implement.

  • Select Option Navigation Menu
    Stephen Griffin Oct 3, 2007

    This menu uses a select/option form component to create a drop-down navigation menu. When the user makes the selection, he will be taken directly to that URL. No additional input is required. Any number of menus can be added to a single Web page to create a fast and efficient navigation system.

  • Paginator
    Iulia Constantin Sep 10, 2007

    This script makes pagination possible on your Web site. It uses an array to display the items you want to show, perhaps a small store or news items. You can choose how many you want to display on a page. Easy to implement.

  • Add to Favorites
    Aug 29, 2007

    This small script will launch the browser Favorites window to bookmark the current page. Works in Firefox and Internet Explorer.

  • Bold Links
    Calvin Leung Aug 20, 2007

    This script will cause a link to appear in bold type after it is clicked. Good for frame navigation, as well as anchors on a page or in a div. Easy to use.

  • URL Decode/Encode
    Jul 20, 2007

    Use this script to encode/decode URL parameters. It is fully compatible with UTF-8 encoding. Very useful when you want to transfer data using Ajax technology, or for other operations which involve URL parameter manipulation.

  • Change Link Text
    Jul 9, 2007

    Use this little script to change the link text after it has been clicked. Short and easy to use!

  • Link Brackets
    Steve Padonak Jun 27, 2007

    Want to spruce up your links without adding background images? This script will enclose your designated links in brackets. You can keep the other links separate, if you like.

  • Link Enhancer
    Jeroen Haan Jun 20, 2007

    Using this script, outbound links will open in a new window automatically. No need to add anything to the link. The script will also apply a different style to the outbound link to make visitors aware it is an outbound link. You don't have to worry anymore about targets and the appearance, especially if your customers have their own CMS.

  • Using the Target Attribute
    Alan Coleman Jun 11, 2007

    At times you may need to launch certain links into a new window. The 'target' attribute is deprecated and is therefore not allowed when using XHTML with a strict doctype. Using this script, you will be able to keep your pages valid while also using the target attribute to open new windows.

  • Mailing Selected Text
    Bradley Jones May 25, 2007

    Set up a simple JavaScript to email text that is selected in the browser.

  • Simple Drop-Down Menu
    Konstantin Jagello Apr 18, 2007

    This clean-looking menu is very simple to implement and can be placed anywhere on a page. Adding or deleting levels is easy to do. The menu is created without tables, using unordered lists and hidden layers.

  • Dual Function Button
    Apr 13, 2007

    This script allows one button to have two or more functions

  • Selective Click
    Mar 16, 2007

    This script will allow you to use a single link to run a choice of functions. Can be used for different links or tasks. Easy to use.

  • Floating menu
    Steve S Dec 1, 2006

    "Build floating menu which slide down when you scroll the page so it is always in front of your eyes. It's very convenient. "

  • Multilinks
    Nov 15, 2006

    Sometimes you want a single hyperlink to lead to several pages and present a dynamic menu when clicked. This is usually done through an intermediary page. This script will provide a dynamic menu by creating an absolutely-positioned DIV tag on the fly, which will contain the list of links.

  • VB Menu
    Vladimir Bodurov Nov 3, 2006

    This is a hierarchical, object oriented, open source menu. It can be displayed horizontally or vertically, and on several different levels.

  • Dynamic Timed Redirect 2
    Oct 4, 2006

    Redirect the user to a different Web page after a designated number of seconds, while displaying a countdown in the document title representing the number of seconds left before redirection.

  • Link Array
    Lee Underwood Sep 20, 2006

    Need to create a list of links without writing all the HTML coding? Using this script, just enter the name of the link and its URL. It will automatically be formatted and placed on the Web page.