Recent Questions Accordion Tree Menu TutorialQ:
var menuitems = [
Unfortunately, you can't assign onmouseover/onClick event to each item.
However, you can achieve this by using standard html objects within items, for example:
var menuitems = [
["<div onClick='your_code_here'>item text</div>", "index.html"]
I am working currently with deluxe-menu and am perfectly happy so far except one little thing: Does there exist a way to have the mousepointer being a hand instead of the regular pointer while going over the menu (like it would be regular links)? A: You should set this parameter:
In this case you'll have the mousepointer being a hand for all itemsin the menu.
Unfortunately, you can't change cursor type for different items.
But you can write so:
["<a href='http://deluxe-menu.com/'>Home</a>","", , , , , , , , ],
["Product Info","", , , , , "0", , , ],
["|What's New","", , , , , "0", , , ],
In all items with links you should use <a> tag.
Set this parameter:
Bought the whole set a few days ago and is very happy about it, I am uzzled & frustrated about one thing now though.
- = Link
+ = Link with subCat.
I have a menu that looks something like this:
+ Our products
+ About us
Now every link here has a icon/s to the right that shows if the category is folded up or not. Trouble is that so has the - Home and - Contact that DON'T have any subitems! How to create dhtml menu so those two tree items won't get the rightsided icons?
The frustrating/confusing thing is if I place - Home or - Contact into lets say + Our products, the right side icon goes away and there it looks as I want it. But I NEED it to look this way in the top section. A: You have icons in the top items on the right side in XP-style only.
You can set the following parameter to turn off XP-style:
See the example here:
You can also use your own images for the menu items.
If item text is empty, icon fields will be used as item images.
["", "index.html", "itemImageNormal.gif", "itemImageOver.gif", "Home Page"]
Please, try the trial version at first. It has full functionality.