For example you've added an image in your html page.
You should specify the ID for it, for example:
<p><img id="open_popup" border="0" src="images/submenu-bg.gif" width="170" height="29"></p>
In the Deluxe Tuner you should enter 'open_popup' object ID in the onMouseOver,onClick or onMouseOut fields.
Actually you can assign id to any object on your page manually. You should specify ID's - id="xxxx" for <a>, <div>, <img> ... tags.
Or you want to open a popup onMouseover, onClick or onMouseout on a link.
So, you should create a link (you can also use other object) on your page and set id="" for it, for example:
In Deluxe Tuner you should set:
onMouseOver - over
onMouseOut - out
onClick - link
If you want to show the popup when your page loads you should leave these fields empty:
Do you by chance have the dhtml menu samples working with XML?A: Unfortunately we don't have working example.
<noscript><a href="http://deluxe-menu.com">dhtml menu samples by Deluxe-Menu.com</a></noscript>
<!-- (c) 2008, http://deluxe-menu.com -->
// and describe parameters of a menu
var menuItems = [
// here you generate items using server-side scripts (php, asp, vb, etc.)
The example of the menu working with PHP/MYSQL you can find here:
Hello, I’ve set my menus up so that they are positioned on my page within a container div (not using the positioning built into the menu script).
I am also trying to use the autoscroll feature as some of the submenus are quite long. The autoscroll doesn’t seem to work with the css positioning though.
I also tried to size the submenus to force them small and thus to scroll with no luck.
The scrolling works fine when I pull the menus out of the container div and just place them in the flow of the page.
Am I doing something wrong or are these two features incompatible with each other. A: Unfortunately, it is really so. Submenu scrolling doesn't work with css. We'll try to fix it in the future versions.
You can try to use multicolomn submenus.