A: Now you have
The second call for dmWorkPath is incorrect. Delete it. So you'llhave:
Your menu will work correctly.
A copy of a working example together with where to get the data , perhaps on your own web pages, would help.
function dtreet_ext_setPressedItem (menuInd, itemID)
var i = <?php echo $selitem; ?>;
You should define selitem using server side script.
Q: I have seen a certain menu effect on a few websites and have so far been unable to reproduce it in simply HTML/CSS. Today I saw the effect on a website, looked at the source code and it appears they are using some of your code.
I have a fairly typical screen layout with a menu bar on the left hand 10% of the screen and the main screen content on the right 90%. Some of my screens get very long, so that when you scroll all the way down to the bottom, the menu is left way up off screen. I would like the menu block to move down so that it is always a certain number of pixels below the top of the viewed screen, not the absolute top of the page. Is this something your software does? If so, which one of your products?
You should use floatable menu, so you can always see the menu.
But to use the floatable feature
you should use the absolute position for the menu
Please, try the trial version of the menu.
Q: Irene, thank you. I am working on seeing what you did and trying to get it to work on my computer. I keep getting ActiveX blocking errors when open page with the drop down menu source code on my computer. Is this something I can control from within the html code? Or is this something each user is going to have to change setting(s) in their IE Internet Options?
p.s., I had the code on the page twice cuz was just trying to get something... anything.... to work. I deleted the 2nd set which was further down on the page. I'm trying to get the menus to appear in the grey band just below the blue heading section but prior to the white text description section. And, once I get the menus to work, the navigation bar on left will be deleted. Thank you so much for your patience and help!
A: You can get the following message
"To help protect your security in IE ..."
on your local machine only. You won't have such message when you openyour website via Internet.
If you don't want to see this message you should do the followingthings:
Tools/Internet Options/Advanced Options/
"Allow active content from files to run on My Computer".
Close Internet Explorer and open it once again.
There will be no such message any more.