A: In that case you should open images I'm using for top tabs in any graph editor and changethem.
back_o.gif //back images for normal and hover states for the last tabs in the top menu(instead of the 1-st 6 items)
sep_top.gif // separator for the top items
top1_o.gif //back images for normal and hover states for the 1-st tab, you can change thetext of this tab in deluxe-menu.js:
["<font color='#FFF90E'>MAIN</font><br>Initiative<br>(Strategy)","testlink.html", "", "", "", "", "5", "4", "", "", "", ],
By the way to apply hint for this item you should write:
["<font color='#FFF90E'>MAIN</font><br>Initiative<br>(Strategy)","testlink.html", "", "", "This hint appears when you hover over the 1-st item", "", "5", "4", "", "", "", ],
top2_o.gif //back images for normal and hover states for the 2-nd tab, you can change thetext of this tab in deluxe-menu.js:
["<font color='#FFF90E'>PAIN</font><br>Identified<br>(Problems)","", "", "", "", "", "6", "", "", "", "", ],
and so on...
For the subtabs I'm use images for arrows only:
Q: I'm interested in using DHTMLMenu in web applications I develop and have some questions about licensing.
My company develops web applications that act as front ends for clients' legacy mainframe programs. DHTML Menu would be of great benefit in adding navigation functionality to these applications. Each application is custom-developed for each client, so we don't have a pre-packaged product in which the menu would be used. Would the Developer License meet our needs for this sort of development?
Also, a small minority of our clients develop and distribute applications themselves based on the applications that we develop for them. Does the Developer License support transferable redistribution? If not, how much would a license that permitted this cost?
Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you.
A: Yes, Developer License will suit you.
You can use it within your applications and distribute them.
A: No, unfortunately it is not possible to rebuild the menu withoutreloading of the page now. We'll add this feature in the next versionof the menu.
Q: The only remaining problem I see is that the html popup menu appears in slightly different positions depending upon where your mouse touches the icon.
Is there a way to make the menu position absolute in respect to the icon? I have tried playing with the menu item parameters that seemed related with no success.
A: See dm_popup() function parameters:
return dm_popup(menuInd, pause, event, x, y)
menuInd - index of the menu on a page, >= 0.
pause - determines the time when the html popup menu will be hidden.
event - constant. Do not change.
x, y - optional. Set these parameters if you want the menu to appear in the specified place.
In other case the menu will be shown in the mouse position.