In fact, it actually opens up a different menu other than the one I originally clicked.
A: See, if you open pages (with menus) from different folder it means that you open different menus. So, when you change a state, for example, of the first menu within "newzap/" folder and then open another page with the menu within "newzap/learn/", browsers looks for another cookie file and can't find it and the second menu stays in a default state.
Try to set different
for different menus.
That should work.
A: The identifiers in these links are additional parameters.
<div id="dmlinks" style="font:undefined;color:#000000;text-decoration:none">
<a id="dmI0" href="testlink.html">Home</a>
<a id="dmI2" href="testlink.html">Features</a>
<a id="dmI4" href="testlink.html">Description of Files</a>
You can delete these identifiers or leave them.
A: You should click "Edit Individual Styles" button.
On the 'Item Styles' tab click "Add style" button.
Set itemBackColor and click "OK" button.
Select the item you want to change the style for and assign new style for it. Go to Item Parameters window 'Item style' field.
var itemStyles = [
var menuItems = [
["Home","testlink.html", "", "", "", "", "", "", "", "", "", ],
["Product Info","", "default.files/icon1.gif", "default.files/icon1o.gif", "", "", "0", "", "", "", "", ], //style0
Q: I am still struggling with multiple menus on one page.
It is probably something I am doing wrong, but I cannot see it.
A: Now you have:
So, both of your menus have the same absolute position.
You can use relative position and place your menu inside <table>. In this case you should write so: