Flash Hyperbolic Tree Effect by Deluxe-Tree.com
Flash Hyperbolic Tree Effect


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Flash Hyperbolic Tree Effect Tree Crossframe Cascading Menu

Features Flash Hyperbolic Tree Effect

High Performance
  • AJAX menu loading - loads web menu data from the server "on-the-fly".
  • Commonly loads quicker than other html page elements
  • Runs well with an unlimited number of submenus and items
Seamless Integration
  • Visible over flash, select boxes, iframes, java applets
  • Multiple menus on the same page
  • Amicable to other scripts and css styles
  • Any HTML code can be used inside menu items
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Professional Look-n-feel
  • Entirely customizable look-n-feel
  • A lot of pre-designed flash hyperbolic tree effect samples
  • Hundreds of visual effects
  • Custom CSS styles can be applied for all menu settings
Unrivalled Features
  • Scrollable, dragable, floating
  • Unique Java Script API for altering menu "on-the-fly", without page reloading
  • AJAX technology - loads menu data from the server "on-fly and on-demand".
Cost Effective
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Javascript Tree Menu. Expandable Menu.

  • You can create any style for XP menu:
  • different icons, colors, and buttons for each submenu title;
  • any color for borders, backgrounds, and font of menus and items;
  • any available font style; and many other options!
  • Design personal styles for any submenu and item. Use individual styles to rich killer visual effects!
  • These effects will make your menu neat and chic. Among available special visual effects there are random dissolve, fade, mix, mosaic slide out and many many others.

Recent Questions Flash Hyperbolic Tree Effect

Q: Is it possible to change the mouseover font style to bold within the deluxe menu?


A: Unfortunately, JavaScript Tree Menu can't change font weight.
If you want to do that you can paste your own <div> withinitem's text field and change a font yourselves.

For example:

***

function changeFont(obj, over)
{
obj.style.fontWeight = over ? 'bold' : 'normal';
}

  var menuItems = [

["<div onMouseOver='changeFont(this, 1)' onMouseOut='changeFont(this, 0)'>item text</div>", link, ...]

];

***


Q: I am currently using your free trial version to see if it will work with an application I am working on. I am having a problem with using it in cross-frames mode when the frame that the sub menu appears in has a vertical scrollbar. Basically I have a header frame and a large content frame below it. The menu itself is appearing in the header frame and the sub menus are dropping down and appearing in the lower frame. There is a vertical scrollbar in the lower (content) frame and when I scroll down, the sub menus get scrolled off the screen. This is because they are being rendered at the very top of the content frame and disappear when the top of the frame is no longer visible due to scrolling. Setting the floatable = 1 attribute does not work because the menu itself is not being scrolled off the screen, just the sub-menu drop down is being scrolled off. Is there anything I can do to make this work with my framed application? Thank you for your time.


A: Unfortunately submenus won't float in cross-frame mode. JavaScript Tree Menudoesn't have such feature now.


Q: Can I use an Item in the html menu for text and get the text to wrap within a predefined menuWidth ?

A: You should set the following parameter:

  var noWrap = 0;

or use <br> tags within menuItems.

Q: I now have a menu that I like. Works great, but not with the Explorer browser. Works perfectly with Firefox and Opera. Doesn't work with Explorer. I tried using Explorer installed on several computers at different installations - at home, work and at a friends house. So it doesn't appear to be anything specific to my version. I don't have high security enabled.

Can you identify my problem? I've spent hours trying to fix this.


A: Please, see your menu parameters. Now you have:

  var itemBackColor = ["#0","#ffffff"];
It is not right.

You should write for example so:
  var itemBackColor = ["#0000FF","#ffffff"];