A: If you set the value <-1 of smHidePause parameter
your submenus won't be hidden at all, untill you reload your page.
Q: When I open my site in Internet Explorer 6.0 The main menu showsup nicely but the drop-down sub-menus are separated. The menu work very nicely in a Firefox browser but not in IE.
A: There are some problems also with your css.
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:relative"). To get the value you should move .css style into style="" attribute.
Please, try to add your
css file -> inline css, for example:
You should add style="position:relative;"
So, you'll have:
<DIV id=right style="POSITION: relative;">
Q: We're working on new website and including your html menu systems.
Here's what we're trying to do and it keeps giving us an error (using MS Frontpage for development):
1) We have created a single leftnav menu that will appear on all of the pages of our website.
2) We've created an html page called leftnav.htm that is only this menu. It works just fine when we preview within Frontpage. The leftnav.htm and all the menu .js files are in a unique folder within the site.
3) We then have a template page that is the base template for many of the pages on our website. There is a layout table in this template into which we do an Includepage to bring in the leftnav.htm. When we try to preview this page with the menu included, we get a script error that says "Object expected" on line #155 (the .js file only has 154 lines of code).
We're stuck. Is there a problem with how we're trying to implement the html menu systems?
A: It is possible that you'll have an error in the Frontpage's preview.
Try to open your page in browser. If you'll have the same error,please send send us a copy of your html pages (including .js files) and we will check it.
Q: We are showing the "incorrect copyright" on our menu for some reason and I need you to look at the code. It's been this way for about a month. My company is going to make me stop using your menu if I can't get the issue corrected so please help me determine why we are suddenly having this problem.
The notice shows up on IE 6, but not IE 7.
A: "Incorrect Copyright" means that the script can't find required copyright parameters.
To avoid this, please, change:
<!-- (c) 2006, Deluxe-Menu.com, http://deluxe-menu.com -->