Recent Questions Asp Classic Treeview XmlQ: I'm trying to position my menus inside absolutely positioned <DIV> tags. If the <DIV> tag has style="position:absolute; top:100px; left:50px;" in the actual tag, deluxe-menu seems to work correctly. If I have the "position:absolute; top:100px; left:50px;" in a <STYLE> tag or a linked stylesheet and applied using id or class selectors, then deluxe-menu does not work correctly: sub menus have a 100pixel offset in the y direction and a 50 pixel offset in the x direction. This is with no change to the .js data file (I have absolutePos=0;) Is this a known issue, and is it planned to be fixed?
A: See, the problem is that the script can't get css properties of the object if they are described in separate .css block (or file).
In other words, you can't get the value of "position" attribute of the object if the object doesn't have this property within inline style(style="position:absolute"). To get the value you should move .css style into style="" attribute.
Please, try to add your
css file -> inline css, for example:
For example, you should add style="position:absolute;"
So, you'll have:
<DIV id=head style="position:absolute;">
Now we have only such solution for this problem.
We'll try to fix this problem in the future versions.
You should set:
Q: I am trying out your menu and I've made out a little test case in the attached file.
If you run it, you will see that the horizontal drop down menu css scrollsOUTSIDE the container div to the edges of the window. Is there anyway I can make the hhorizontal drop down menu css be within the container div and yet scroll?
And will the solution be cross-browser?
Note that menuDiv needs to have a collapsableDiv style. I am assuming that that is not a problem.
A: Try to set exact width for the submenu:
Q: Can I install the menu using my buttons? I might be able to do it if the buttons used only one image, but they use two images. One is light and the other dark.
I also have some questions:
1) Will the menu stay in view when the user scrolls down?
2) I'm not even sure I care if the menu stays in view, because I believe that is done using php and is not good for SEO. The file that the search engines see is index.html while the file that visitors see is home.php. I think it would be better for SEO to have a normal .html page. Are you able to do that?
A: See how you should make image-based menus: if item text is empty, icon fields will be used as item images.
["", "index.html", "menu1a.gif", "menu1b.gif", "Home Page"]
1) You should use floatable feature.
See the following parameter:
2) You can generate search engine friendly code using Deluxe Tuner:
"Tools/Generate SE-friendly Code".