A: You can close the popup using the following function:document.getElementById('win').hide();
Unfortunately it won't work if you use iframe as window content.
You open another page in the popup (in Iframe) so you cannot access
element which is situated on the first page.
When you use text or object_id as window content the content of the popup will be situated
on the same page so you can access document.getElementById('win') element and hide it.
There is a workaround for Iframe.
Use text as content type and add the following code inside popup:
<a onclick="document.getElementById('win').hide();">...</a> <iframe></iframe>Q: I notice in your examples that your menus are horizontal and then drop down.
A: Yes, it is possible.
You should set the following parameter:
Q: I need to have a horizontal menu and a vertical menu on the same page (obviously with different content). I did this as two separate "projects" in the tuner and gave them different names so that the files wouldn't step on each other. However, it looks like only the second menu works, though it does show both. I assume it has something to do with the variable dmWorkPath overriding the first value with the second. How can I have two menus each with different content on the same HTML page?
A: You can use as many menus as you want on the one page.
But you should call dmWorkPath parameter and dmenu.js file only once.
<!-- (c) 2007, http://deluxe-menu.com -->
Q: Thank you so much for your time and assistance - I've been charged with this project and still struggling a little. Considering my total ignorance to code, I'm understanding much better now, but could you please take a look at the page and tell me why I now have double menus and how to correct?
A: It happens because at first you call
and then you paste the content of data.js file in your code.
That's why you have two menus on your page.Please, delete one of them.