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I hope you have a instructions so we can install css menu in our website. A: Unfortunately we don't have step by step tutorial yet.
We'll try to create it in the nearest time.
1. Create your Css menu in Deluxe Tuner.
When you open Deluxe Tuner you can click "File/New" and add items
and subitems using buttons "Add Item" and "Add Subitem" on the main window.
See the parameters for the menu on the main window.
More info about menu parameters you can find on our site
2. You should install the menu on your page.
You can click, for example, File->Save Css Menu/Export HTML
So, you'll have folder with images and .css file ("deluxe-css-menu.files/" folder by default),
deluxe-css-menu.html file and deluxe-css-menu.js file with all menu parameters
(project file you need, if you want to modify your menu later,
there is no need to upload deluxe-css-menu.js on your server).
Open deluxe-css-menu.html file in any text editor and copy several rows of
code into your page (for example index.html page of your website).
Copy and paste several rows into your html page (index.html).
<link type="text/css" href="deluxe-css-menu.files/style.css" rel="stylesheet">
<!-- Deluxe Css Menu -->
<img class="def" src="deluxe-css-menu.files/icon1.gif"/>
<img class="over" src="deluxe-css-menu.files/icon1o.gif">Product Info</span>
<![if gt IE 6]></a><![endif]><!--[if lte IE 6]><table><tr><td><![endif]-->
<!-- (c) 2009, Deluxe-Menu.com -->
You should also copy "deluxe-menu.files/" folder with all images and .css file
into the same folder with your index.html page.
More info about installation:
var itemStyles = [
I live in Brazil. Exists some support in Portuguese?A: No, unfortunately we support in English only.
You are able to paste any html code within items.
var tmenuItems = [
["<nobr><FORM method=GET action='http://www.google.com/custom'><input name='as_q' value='searchthe web' size=15 style='font-size:10'> <INPUT type=hidden name=cof value='LW:144;L:http://domain.edu/images/sulogo.gif; LH:45;AH:center;GL:0;S:http://domain.edu;AWFID:e01cb67b8afe383e;'> </form></nobr>","", "images/icons/search.gif", "", "", "", "", "", "", "", "",],
You should write your own code within tmenuItem.
What we want is, when a user enters our site from the index (home) page then clicks on a link and the sub-page opens, for the dhtml menu tree to be open to the section the user is in and viewing. We also DO NOT want the browser to save the state of the menu, since that is inconsistent with where the user is in the site. Note: we do not use the Menu on the home page, is this a problem?
Per your tech support email, I've added the expand code, which works going from the home page to sub-pages. However, it interferes with navigating to other sub-pages once your in the site. The menu doesn't keep the section open, it closes back up. You mentioned the expand code has to be entered on every page....is that so in this instance and if so, that's a maintenance nightmare - does a better way exist for this type of menu?
Then we activated the "save state" option and the menu stays open on the sub-pages, but the expand option doesn't work.
It's like they cancel each other out and you can only have one or the other.
Can I get these two to work together? What do I need to do? Is it better to use the XP-style menu? A: When user clicks the link, the browser loads a new page and the script re-create the dhtml menu tree.
If you want to open the needed section automatically on load you can use the following:
1. Save the state to cookies
2. Use frames
3. Put the special script on each page of site that will open appropriate section.