You have not been patronizing at all; this is exactly the kind of advice I was looking for, and I thank you very much for your reply. Yes, indeed, I am working from my hard drive and copy the files to the server once I am finished. What I see at the top of my screen is "d:\gdrm" for the local folder and "/gdrm/" for the remote site. The server has a directory for me ("roberge") and then several subdirectories, one of which is "gdrm", with a structure that exactly parallels my local site.
I am not too sure about your saying that "putting the files inside the root of drive D" is the thing to do. I am using Dreamweaver, and it seems that all the files connected with my site have to be within "d:\gdrm\". After all, I need to be able to see a full listing of my files in one place, not in two. So what I did is this:
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My scriptpath variable in milonic_src.js is shown below. You will note that, contrary to what appears in your message, I had to put the variable within quotation marks. This was the only way to get things to work. Could you have forgotten the quotes? Things do not work without them.
The coding thus looks exactly as you suggest, except that I added one directory sublevel to all paths.
Curiously, when I copy my index.htm file (located in "d:\gdrm") and the script files (located in "d:\gdrm\scripts\") onto the server, the menu does not appear. What is still wrong with my references so that the menu shows up on my computer and not on the server? Is there a modification that has to be made to the files on the server or on both sides?
I thank you very much for any further help and congratulate you on this wonderful menu. So far, my main reason for upgrading from 3 to 5 is the scroll variable, which is helpful as two of my menu entries have lots of subentries. I may discover further reasons as I study the documentation.