Overview: In this tutorial, we'll use a Layout Region as a form. A table cell would work as well. To this, we'll add a Combo Box and a form Button and some code, using several of the many code insertion points in objects in Page Design View.
Step 2. Using the Fusion form tools, place a combo box and a form button. These can be arranged however you wish. Add a label using a text box if you desire as in the working example above.
Step 4. Click on the HTML button in the Combo Box property page.
On the Inside Tag tab enter the following: onChange="gotourl()"
On the After Tag tab enter the following code:
Note: Notice the use of the form name (combonav) and the Combo Box name (navselect) in the code above.
Step 5. Select the form button you added and press F3 to access its properties. Name the button "goto", change the Type to "Button" and the Value to whatever you want the visitor to see in the Button. "Go!" is used in the example.
Click on the HTML button in the Form Button property page.
On the Inside Tag tab enter the following: onClick="gotourl()"
Step 6. Now go back to the Combo Box properties and add your select values. The Name is what the visitor sees in the combo box. The Value should be a full URL to the destination page. Or simply a page name if the page is in the same folder as the page you're placing the combo box navigation form on.
Wrapping it up: This is a relatively simple alternative to the Fusion Go Menu. It you wish, the form button can be omitted. If you use one and want the default value in the Combo Box to be a label with no value, give it a value of the name of the page it's on. If you don't do so and the visitor leaves the label in view and clicks on the button, you may get a server error.