> jcyrnh --
> This example should point you in the right direction :)
> Hope that helps..
> Dav Glass
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> ----- Original Message ----
> From: jcyrnh <jcyr@...>
> Sent: Tuesday, May 8, 2007 1:41:13 PM
> Has anyone set up drag and drop for list items which contain sub menu
> items. Where one can drag one li element into a nested UL or out of
> said UL? Something like the list below for a quick example. Using
> the example the parent LI will always be what is draggable not the
> child LI. It seems to me that one could have a handle that is
> specified for each list item to make it easier to select which item to
> move, however I haven't gotten handles to work at all thus far.
> <li>About <ul><li>History</li><li>FAQ</li></ul></li>
> <li>Product <ul><li>Price</li><li>Options</li></ul></li>
> <li>Contact Us</li>
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