Recent Questions Ajax Tree VisualizationQ:
How do I set the width of sub menu items to be the same width as the parent horizontal dhtml menu item? I can see how to set a px or % width, and when the at least one sub menu item exceeds the parent item the the entire menu stretches to that width (which is fine), but what about the instance where the sub menu items are not as wide as the parent item - in this case, the sub menu is not as wide as the parent item, which looks odd. Is there any way to force it to be (at least) the same width as the parent item?
I hope this is all clear to you, if not, please give me a shout for clarification. A: You can set exact width for your top items using Individual Item Styles and set submenu width usingIndividual Submenu Style.
You should also set the following parameter:
If you want that your disabled items have a grey color (in css-basedmenu) you should create additional style for it and assign this stylefor the disabled items:
font: normal 11px Tahoma, Arial;
["|What's New","", "images/icon_office_note.gif", "images/icon_office_note2.gif", ,"_","1", , , ],
["||Popup Mode (Contextual Menus)","", "images/icon_office_mark.gif", "images/icon_office_mark.gif", ,"_","1", , , ],
You can find more info about menu items here:
This is probably a really basic question, but I was wondering if your software makes it possible to determine the direction of the drop down menu. In other words, my easy dropdown menu is at the bottom of the page and I want the drop down list to actually go "up," not down. Is that possible with your software? A: Yes it is possible.
You should use the following easy dropdown menu parameter
var subMenuVAlign="top"; //downward
var subMenuVAlign="bottom"; //upward
var subMenuAlign="left"; //from left to right
var subMenuAlign="right"; //from right to left
Hello, you write, that your menu is search engine friendly.
But viewing the source of your samples, I don't see anything search engine friendly in there.
The only thing I have seen as search engine friendly is the menu you have added at your own homepage.
Can this be set at your menue automatically?
To create a search engine friendly menu you should add additional html code within your html page:
To generate such a code use Deluxe Tuner application.
You can find this GUI in the trial package.
Run Tuner, load your menu and click Tools/Generate SE-friendly Code (F3).