2.4. Using Suckerfish Menus
Tapestry has son-of-suckerfish menus integrated into the theme. Using this feature, you can create a standard Drupal menu and present it as a dynamic drop-down menu that is compatible with most browsers.
Tapestry provides a region called suckerfish menu. If you publish a standard Drupal menu in this region, it will be displayed as a suckerfish drop-down menu. However, there are a few things you need to do in order for everything to work correctly.
To start with, you'll need a menu. You can create a new menu in Drupal by pointing your browser to /yoursite/admin/build/menu and clicking on the Add Menu tab. After creating a menu, you'll want to add your menu items one at a time by clicking on the Add Item link and entering the item information. Use the Parent Item selection box to organize your menu items into the desired structure.
It is very important that all Parent Menu Items in a suckerfish menu have the Expanded checkbox enabled. This option instructs Drupal to generate HTML code for the entire menu structure. If you do not enable this feature for a particular parent menu item, you will not see its child menu items.
Once you've create a menu and enabled the Expanded option for all parent menu items, you can publish the menu to the suckerfish region. Point your browser to /yoursite/admin/build/block and select the suckerfish menu region from the selection box next to your menu block name. Then click the Save Blocks button.
Tapestry's suckerfish menu is designed to present a single horizontal row of top-level menu items. If you publish a menu that has too many top-level items to fit in one row, you're not likely to get the behavior you expect.