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Features Creating Menu With Java Treemap

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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Easy Setup
  • De Luxe Tuner. GUI interface to create your creating menu with java treemap menus easily and in no time
  • Sensible menu parameters for manual editing
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
Professional Look-n-feel
  • Entirely customizable look-n-feel
  • A lot of pre-designed creating menu with java treemap samples
  • Hundreds of visual effects
  • Custom CSS styles can be applied for all menu settings
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Javascript Tree Menu. Expandable Menu.

  • Use images for backgrounds of submenus and items, icons, arrows.
  • Use any amount of menus on a single page.
  • Place any HTML code within the menu item - be it a flash-object, form, picture, or text. This ability lets you to build various menus of any complexity. You can create 3-state icons for each item: normal state, mouseover state, expanded state. After clicking on menu item selected item becomes highlighted.

Recent Questions Creating Menu With Java Treemap

Q: I still do not understand your answer about the simple java menu arrows, which work in preview, but not on the website. The html is correct.

A: You have
  var arrowImageMain=["ss.files/arrow_sub5.gif","ss.files/arrow_sub5.gif"];
in your data js, so the arrows must be here
http://domain/ss.files/arrow_sub5.gif

you arrows is here
http://domain/menu/ss.files/arrow_sub5.gif

You can use
  var pathPrefix_img="menu/";

or change paths here
  var arrowImageMain=["ss.files/arrow_sub5.gif","ss.files/arrow_sub5.gif"]; --> menu/ss.files/arrow_sub5.gif



Q: Do you plan to implement a fix in the cross browser drop down menu for the pointer - many of our users have complained that it is very un-intuitive - surely it must be possible to change the pointer to a hand if there is a link. I have tried putting <a> tags in to the menu labels, but it only changes to a hand if the actual label text is highlighted - it obviously should change whichever part of the box is highlighted? Is there no other workaround?


A: If you set the following parameter:
  var itemCursor="pointer";

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:
  var itemCursor="default";


Q: I am using the GUI, and have read in your literature that you can put the HTML table in the text area of the javascript select menu item.

However, when I do this nothing displays. Can you please let me know where I a supposed to put the HTML info into the gui. I just want this to be able to show when I click the tab.

A: You should paste your content in the <div> .. </div> tags.

<div id="content1" style=" visibility: hidden;" class="tabPage">
<br><br><br>
<p align=center><img src="img/logo_DM.gif" width=262 height=56 alt="Deluxe-Menu.com"></p>
</div>

<div id="content2" style="visibility: hidden;" class="tabPage">
<br><br><br>
<p align=center><img src="img/logo_DT.gif" width=262 height=56 alt="Deluxe-Tree.com"></p>

</div>

<div id="content3" style=" visibility: hidden;" class="tabPage">
<br><br><br>
<p align=center><img src="img/logo_DTabs.gif" width=254 height=58 alt="Deluxe-Tabs.com"></p>
</div>

See in Deluxe Tabs there are two modes:

1.   var tabMode=0;
You can create only one level of tabs and assign Object Id's of theDIV's to show when you click on the tab.

["XP Tab 1","content1", "", "", "", "", "", "", "", ],
["XP Tab 2","content2", "", "", "", "", "", "", "", ],
["XP Tab 3","content3", "", "", "", "", "", "", "", ],
["XP Tab 4","content4", "", "", "", "", "", "", "", ],

2.   var tabMode=1;
You can assign only links in this mode.
You should create top level items with subitems.

["XP Tab 1","", "", "", "", "", "", "", "", ],
 ["|Link 1_1","http://deluxe-tabs.com", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],
 ["|Link 1_2","testlink.htm", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],
 ["|Link 1_3","testlink.htm", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],
 ["|Link 1_4","testlink.htm", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],
 ["|Link 1_5","testlink.htm", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],
["XP Tab 2","", "", "", "", "", "", "", "", ],
 ["|Link 2_1","testlink.htm", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],
 ["|Link 2_2","testlink.htm", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],
 ["|Link 2_3","testlink.htm", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],
 ["|Link 2_4","testlink.htm", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],
 ["|Link 2_5","testlink.htm", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],
["XP Tab 3","", "", "", "", "", "", "", "", ],
 ["|Link 3_1","testlink.htm", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],
 ["|Link 3_2","testlink.htm", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],
 ["|Link 3_3","testlink.htm", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],
 ["|Link 3_4","testlink.htm", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],
 ["|Link 3_5","testlink.htm", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],

You can use Object ID as well as Link in both modes. Use the following prefixes within item's link field:
"object:" - means that there is object id after it;
"link:" - means that there is a link after it.
"javascript:" - means that there is a javascript code after it, for example:javascript:alert(\'Hello!\')

So, you should write for example:

 ["|Link 1_1","object:Content1_1", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],



Q: I would like to know how to put the items for the popup menu on multiple lines (i.e. create a line feed), how do I tell my code to start a new menu item on the NEXT line?

A: There are 2 ways to do that:

1. set

  var noWrap=0;

2. use
tags, for example:

  var menuItems = [
 ["|Here is where <br> I would like
to have a line<br> feed",,"","", "", "", "", "", "", "", "",],
];