A: You can write your own functions within menuItems, for example:
My menu bar width is fixed at 800 px and I have 7 items - horizontal type. The menuitems widths appear different for the menu items. How do I ensure that all of them are ofequal size ??
A: Set width for the items using Individual styles:
var itemStyles=[["itemWidth=100px"],] //style 0
Assign Individual Styles for the menu Items.
var menuItems = [
["Item 1","", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", "", "", ], //style 0
["Item 2",", "data2.files/icon1.gif", "data2.files/icon1o.gif", "", "", "0", "", "", "", "", ], //style 0
Q: I am spending a lot more time and have figured a few things out. One more question please: How do I specify the target link I want a dhtml submenu to go to?
I see HREF specified in the code, but no where in the program to specify it.
A: See, the following parameter sets target for all items
If you want to set different target for each item you should set it inthe "Item Parameters" window. Choose your item in the main window andset target in the target field.
I have set the var tlevelDX to 5 to decrease the indent for each level of items, but would like to decrease the indent even more. Ican't find the parameter that will set the indent in pixels of thefirst level item.
Also, is there a setting that will put text for a menu item on a second line?
I hope that you can help.
A: You can make the smallest indent this way:
var tlevelDX = 0;
You are not able to have more little indent. This place is reservedfor + buttons.
Try to set this parameter:
You can also use <br> tags in the item text, for example:
var tmenuItems = [
["line 1<br>line 2"],