I just noticed another problem: when I set dmObjectsCheck=1 and I click on a menu-item of the dropdown menu nothing happens! No matter whether the banner is flash or not. And no matter if the browser is IE or Firefox. As soon as I set dmObjectsCheck=0 the submenu works again. A: You should set the following parameter
You should also add dmenu_add.js file into the folder with yourdmenu.js file.
Please, check it.
The dhtml css drop down menu hides under the flash videos an the flash header in firefox, it works alright in IE and I hae been on your FAQs an followed the transparent code to add to the flash to make the menu appear and adding the code to the data file but it still doesnt work. Could you look at the source code of the site and show me an example of how it would work and what edits I need to make as it’s very frustrating that I cant launch the site without this. A: See how you should install the menu with flash for Firefox here:
You should set "opaque" parameter for your flash, set the followingparameter
in the beginning of your dhtml css drop down menu data file.
I am ready to buy, I have downloaded the trial version and really like the way it sets up. Only one problem is the java script for menu making my page load slow. Is there anything I can do to make it faster? I would like to buy this software and finish my project today if you can help please. A: If your menu is very large you can try to use AJAX technology:
As a part-time webdeveloper I have gotten very interested in your product. I really appreciate a number of things
- it's very flexible
- it's very easy to work with
- examples nicely show the capabilities
But I have a couple of questions:
- When opening a menu, there is an option for keeping the menu-item that has been pressed hightlighed (so that the user can see what he/she pressed). Is it possible, programmatically, to decide when this highlighting should be removed? The scenario is that, when a menu-item is clicked the used might browse for a couple of pages within the context defined by the menu-item, but when the user leaves, the menu-item should no longer be highlighted. I will (programmatically) decide the context, but is it possible for me to interact with the menu, and for example decide explicitly which menu should be highlighted?
- Our design department would like the menu containing the elements: "Skovdrift, Juletreer, Skovrejsning, etc". Please notice that "Brende" is supposed to show a menu item that is hightlighted. Is is possible to create this menu such that it is dynamic and each item is text-based (and not based on two pictures for each menu-entry: hightlighted and not)? I've been wondering how to solve this problem, but I cannot figure out a solution. The problem that I is stuck at, is how organise this speciel "frame" around each menu-element. Something that be partly accomplished using "arrowImageMain", but that does not bring me all the way. Please notice that the menu-items might not have any sub-menu. A: I suppose that you're saying about
Defines an item that will appear in the highlighted state
(-2 - normal mode, -1 - toggle mode is active, but highlighted item not defined, 0,1,2,3,... - # of pressed item including separators)
This parameter will not approach you.
function dm_ext_setPressedItem (menuInd, submenuInd, itemInd, recursion)
Sets a current pressed item.
menuInd - index of a menu on a page, >= 0.
submenuInd - index of a submenu, >= 0.
itemInd - index of an item, >=0.
recursion = true/false - highlight parent items.
But notice, to use dm_ext_setPressedItem() you should know ID of selected item and subitem.
You can't get this ID after you reload your page. That is why you should write your own code on PHP.