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I am considering ordering your product, but I have a few questions. My site uses frames, such that the submenus display in a different frame than the top level. Do all your dhtml menu templates support frames in this manner. I am specifically interested in the Ajax and Dynamic DHTML Menu.
See more info about cross-frame mode here:
Cross frame support
> Are your products licensed individually or does one license get
> access to Ajax, Dynamic, etc.?
No matter where I paste the script in the html for the drop down menu I created, it shows up at the top left corner of the page.
I would like it to go below the blue banner at the top of the page.
Please advise as to what I am doing wrong. A: Now you're using absolute position for the menu:
Try to use relative position
Hi, I need to know if it is possible to accomplish the following functionalities with your tree-menu library.
1. I need to have two or more trees in the same page
3. I need to eliminate the nodes that has check=true
4. I need to populate on-demand the tree using AJAX
5. I need to implement drag&drop through the use of the mouse events on the tree nodes
6. How would the tree behave with 10000 nodes??
7. I need to have a tree within another element that uses scroll
such as a DIV or SPAN (fixed area). When collapsed or expanded, the area should remain its original size. A: 1. You can add any number of the menus on the one page.
2, 3, 5. Yes, you can do it. But you should create your own server-side script (for example, php) that will do it. The menu doesn't support such a feature.
6. It is possible that the loading speed can be lower if the menu is very large. But it doesn't take so much time.
Yes, you can notice some delay in IE, but in over browsers it works better.
I tried to create large menus on my machine: P4 3GHz, 512RAM WinXP SP2
- 1000 items ~ 10 sec
- 2000 items ~ 40 sec
Things are mostly working great. I want my menu to appear centered at the top the page. Here's the code:
<table style="text-align: left; width: 100%;" border="0" cellpadding="2"cellspacing="2">
The table appears at the far left edge of the window. I tried with both absolute (x=20, y=10) and relative (both x and y unset) coordinates. Help! A: If you want to center the menu paste itwithin the <div > or <table> with a static position and specify a center alignment for it, for example:
<td align=center width=600> </tr>
Please, set exact value for var menuWidth parameter, for example:
var menuWidth = "600px";
This can help to align your menu correctly in all browsers.
Try also to specify units in "px".
var absolutePos = 0;