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Ajax Memory Tree Keep Expanded


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Features Ajax Memory Tree Keep Expanded

Cost Effective
Compatibility              
  • Full cross-browser compatibility including IE, Netscape, Mozilla, Opera, Firefox, Konqueror and Safari on Windows, Mac OS and Linux
  • Menu can be populated from a database using ASP, PHP, etc.
  • Search engine friendly
  • Support for any doctypes
  • Fits for secure sites
Tree Slide Menu Ajax Memory Tree Keep Expanded
Professional Look-n-feel
  • Entirely customizable look-n-feel
  • A lot of pre-designed ajax memory tree keep expanded samples
  • Hundreds of visual effects
  • Custom CSS styles can be applied for all menu settings
Seamless Integration
  • Visible over flash, select boxes, iframes, java applets
  • Multiple menus on the same page
  • Amicable to other scripts and css styles
  • Any HTML code can be used inside menu items
High Performance
  • AJAX menu loading - loads web menu data from the server "on-the-fly".
  • Commonly loads quicker than other html page elements
  • Runs well with an unlimited number of submenus and items
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Javascript Tree Menu. Expandable Menu.

  • You can set default expanded/collapsed items and submenus.
  • After clicking on menu item selected item becomes highlighted.
  • When the submenu is larger than the visible area of the page the submenu will be automatically decreased. To see all the submenu items you do not need to use scrollbars or something like that - just put your mouse to the bottom of a submenu and it will be automatically scrolled! You can also specify height and width for each separate submenu.
  • There is no need to write additional code on a server side to remember what items were expanded/collapsed. Javascript/DHTML Tree can save items state automatically!

Recent Questions Ajax Memory Tree Keep Expanded

Q: I am having an issue using JavaScript Tree Menu with Netscape 7 and cross-frame support across domains. Everything works fine in IE however when I mouse over the top menus they do not adjust the size of the frame when looking at a page from another domain with Netscape. I have checked, and the submenus do appear when I increase the size of the top frame. How do I get the menu to function the same in Netscape or have it function like it does when it’s all in the same domain?


A: The menu will work correctly in the cross-frame mode if you load pages into the sub frame from the same domain.
If you load pages from another domain submenus won't be shown in the subframe - they will be shown in the frame with the top-menu.
It's caused by a security policy of browsers - a script can't modify a content of pages from another domain.

More info about cross-frame mode you can find here:

http://deluxe-menu.com/cross-frame-mode-sample.html


Q: Just one more question.

I'm making a drop menu sample but I want the dropdown sub menus to drop up!
ie: the nav bar will actually be at the bottom of the page so when you hover over, I need the sub items to rise up.

Can you force this? I can't seem to find anywhere to do it.

A: You should set the following parameter:

  var subMenuVAlign="bottom";



Q: My mainmenu items are not links. So i need no link cursor. My submenu item are links, so i need a pointer(hand).
How can i define 2 different cursors. I tried all the possible settings for the cursor in the program but noting works.
I tried is also with a CSS class for the submenu, but that wasn't also working.
In brief: i want an arrow cursur in my mainmenu, and an hand cursor in my submenu. With smart scroll doesn't solve my problem.
Can you give me a hint to do this.


A: 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:
  var itemCursor="default";


Q: I fixed that problem, but if you look at the website, I have the first 2 links in the javascript sliding menu set to show up in the mainframe but nothing happens. When I open deluxe menu on my computer, it also shows that I have the third link set up to show in the mainframe too but when I upload it to the website, it acts like it's not pointing to any file/url

A: Now you have:

["Home","main.html", "", "", "", "#mainframe", "", "", "", "", "", ],
["County Departments","dept.html", "", "", "", "#mainframe", "", "", "", "", "", ],
["Board Members","", "", "", "", "mainfrm", "", "", "", "", "", ],

It is not correct to set target as "#mainframe". You should write"mainframe":

["Home","main.html", "", "", "", "mainframe", "", "", "", "", "", ],
["County Departments","dept.html", "", "", "", "mainframe", "", "", "", "", "", ],
["Board Members","", "", "", "", "mainframe", "", "", "", "", "", ],