Is it possible to populate a drop down menu trees from a mysql database?
If so do you have an example please before I go ahead and try/purchase. A: Unfortunately we don't have working example.
Only this example:
You can use trial version to test the menu at first. Trial version has full functionalityexcept "Trial Version" nag.Q:
How do I center a menu item inthe drop down menu example?A: Try to use the following parameter:
When using the tab menu css the third item in the second tab seems to have a mind of its own.а will not take the attributes of all other tabs.
Have tried to force it to comply be creating an individual style just for that button...but that doesn't work either.
have spent (wasted) much time trying to get this to work.а What is the problem?ааа Very frustrated.A: This tab differs from other tabs because it is selected tab. You'veset:
You can try to set it in the following way:
I am currently tasked with creating a large intra-type net for our company. ( knowledge base, FAQ etc. for internal use only ).
At this time I am making plain text or table based menus and getting tired of having to add the drop menus to EVERY page individually in our little intra-web. I would like to purchase software that makes groovy looking menus, but also get the information needed to have them appear on ALL pages after editing the menu once if you know what I mean.
Unfortunately my web authoring experience is best suited to circa-1996 web pages I can hash out in notepad in my sleep. However, I have been told in order to do what I am doing I need to use CSS or styles or cascading stylesheets and not sure if your software will do that.
If you don't want to create your drop menus on each page, you can try to useframes, the menu has a cross-frame mode. Also you can use aserver-side script (php, asp, vb, etc.) to generate html pages fromtemplates on your server.