I noticed that the not-for-profit free license doesn't cater for Intranets.
Can you please confirm that your drop down menu code (paid license) would indeed work for Intranets though, as this is my current quest. I'm working on a company's internal site which has a lot of documents, procedures and forms for download, which is precisely why I would like to purchase your product.
Can you please confirm or shed light on this?
You should register the drop down menu code for a domain name or for IP address.In other words, you should register the menu for the domain name thatyou print in a browser's search string, for example:
But you menu won't work on a local machine, for example
with Single or Multiple licenses. On a local machine you'll see"Incorrect Key" message.
If you want to use the menu with an application that doesn't have afixed domain name you should buy Developer License.
Q: I have tested and tested but can't find out how I can add the following, as a link in drop down navigation bar. Can you please help?
A: You should add <a> tag into the text field in that case:
["<a href="http://domain.no/secure/modules/tutorials/cpanel-x3/cpanel-x3-addon.swf" rel="shadowbox;height=450;width=780">test</a>","",""]
But you should specify a styles for this link also.
Q: I've downloaded and installed the trial software and have built the example that came with it.
What I would like to do is make the sub items ("New Sample 1" - "New Sample 5") display when the user clicks "Sample Block 1", rather than having to click the little + sign next to it.
A: You should set the following parameter:
A: You can add a new button to print your page and call onClick event, soyou should write:
var menuItems = [
window.print();", icon1, icon2],
But if you want to hide the menu when your customers push "File/Print"you should write so:
You must create two functions, for example:
You should add this functions into your code.
And then you must write so:
window.onbeforeprint = myprint;
window.onafterprint = myprint2;