I've found a javascript that does exactly what it is supposed to do. The user chooses from 2 categories and based on these choices the user is linked to a specifik URL. However, it is crucial that these links open in a new window or tab - not in _self. Anyone who might help me out here - I've tried and tried but no luck yet.

live script here : (links lead nowhere, I know)
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/4708524/javamenu.html

working script here:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<body>
<!-- DROP-DOWN NAVIGATION MENU - III -->

<!-- This goes in the HEAD of the html file -->

<script language="JavaScript" type="text/javascript">
<!-- Copyright 2001, Sandeep Gangadharan -->
<!-- For more free scripts go to (URL address blocked: See forum rules)/scripts/ -->

<!--

function tothePage() { // modify the script below to match your needs
if (document.drop.choice1.selectedIndex == 0 || document.drop.choice2.selectedIndex == 0) { return; }

if (document.drop.choice1.selectedIndex == 1 && document.drop.choice2.selectedIndex == 1) { window.location.href="Script1.html"; }
if (document.drop.choice1.selectedIndex == 1 && document.drop.choice2.selectedIndex == 2) { window.location.href="Script2.html"; }
if (document.drop.choice1.selectedIndex == 1 && document.drop.choice2.selectedIndex == 3) { window.location.href="Script3.html"; }

if (document.drop.choice1.selectedIndex == 2 && document.drop.choice2.selectedIndex == 1) { window.location.href="Program1.html"; }
if (document.drop.choice1.selectedIndex == 2 && document.drop.choice2.selectedIndex == 2) { window.location.href="Program2.html"; }
if (document.drop.choice1.selectedIndex == 2 && document.drop.choice2.selectedIndex == 3) { window.location.href="Program3.html"; }
}
// -->
</script>

<!-- This goes in the BODY of the html file -->

<form name="drop">
<select name="choice1"> // you can add as many items in this drop down list as you want
<option selected value=0>Choose Product ...</option>
<option value=1>Free Script</option>
<option value=2>Free Program</option>
</select>&nbsp;
<select name="choice2"> // you can add as many items in this drop down list as you want
<option selected value=0>Choose Item ...</option>
<option value=1># 1</option>
<option value=2># 2</option>
<option value=3># 3</option>
</select>
&nbsp;<input type="button" value="Go!" onClick="tothePage()" />
</form>


</body>
</html>


Thanks!