Look at my web site with Firefox. Select item menu 'Inscription' and you'll see the problem.
Note: mainmenu.js is relative positioning. The table tag is absolute positioning.
A: Try to write so:
<TABLE id=Table60style="Z-INDEX: 803; LEFT: 295px; POSITION: absolute; TOP: 114px">
Q: I'm testing the trial version and I'm having a little problem with the state saving. Everytime it navigates to another page, it does not save the state, even with
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.
How do I avoid this?
A: Each menu item should have subitems (in the TabMode).
If you don't want to have subitems for some items you can add onesubitem and delete Item Text.
["Item 2","", "", "", "", "", "", "", "", ],
["|","", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],
A: You can generate search engine friendly code.
To create a search engine friendly menu you should add additional html code within your html page:
To generate such a code use Deluxe Tuner application.
You can find this GUI in the trial package.
Run Tuner, load your menu and click Tools/Generate SE-friendly Code (F3).