A: You should create Individual Item and Submenu styles with transparent itemBackColor and assign it for the top items:
var itemStyles = [
var menuStyles = [
Q: Greetings..... I am new to java script and would like to have a drop down menu that I can use with frames....
I downloaded your program and have created a small menu to try to become familiar with the program and see if I can accomplish getting a menu to display on a new page...... I am currently using Page Mill.
When I created the menus, I saved them as TstBuy and it was saved in the Deluxe-menu folder.
Having read a number of your information displays plus lacking the knowledge of what files and where to place them, I would appreciate any information you can offer as to what files to place in the main Page Mill folder if that is where they go??
As for the data I created (TstBuy), I thought that I would be able to copy and paste that file into the Page Mill page within a text box, but the paste feature was not available...
Thanks for any assistance you can offer..
A: Thanks for your interest in our products.
You can try to export your menu into html page using Deluxe Tunerapplication and then copy the code from the generated html page into your html page.You should click in Deluxe Tuner "File/Export/To HTML". You'll getsuch files:
There is no need to use all files from the "deluxe-menu.files/"folder.
The description of files you can find here:
You can delete all files which are not necessary for you.
To install the menu into your html page:
1. open the page in Page Mill/Dreamweaver/Frontpage
2. open html source code of the page (deluxe-menu.html)
3. add several rows of code (<script> tags), For info see:
You should also copy "deluxe-menu.files/" folder, all image files anddata-deluxe-menu.js in the same folder with your html page.
For example, you'll have such structure:
I include the "data.js" file if you need to have a look at it. The "data-tree. js" file is identical now that I changed all the " var tmenuItems" at the bottom). (The "menu.html" I guess you can look at yourself by "View source".)
Also, the submenus where I would like to put XP style menus are not finished yet but for now I have the same "tree" script in them. They are under "DART/dartspel.html", and on six artist discographys under MUSIK: Edguy, Katie Melua, Joe Satriani, Michael Schenker, Trans-Siberian Orchestra and Magnus Uggla. This is if you'ld like to see the sub pages where I use other "copys" of Deluxe-tree. (I hope you don't mind that the "Illegal copyright" nag is very small. It's supposed to dissapear anyway with the new Non-profit license).
A: 1) See the structure of your tmenuItems is incorrect now.
You should write:
["->HEM (Klicka f?r meny)","welcome.html", "data.files/hem.gif", "data.files/hem2.gif", "data.files/hem.gif", "Startsidan", "right", "", ],
Without '|' symbol in the beginning.
2) You should write tleft parameter correctly. Now you have:
Write it in the following way:
Q: Pls help me with another question.
I have an horizontal menu in which the submenus drop down (as in example # 1 you have in your web).
For the first level items (which are horizontal), I do not want item spacing or itemPadding, that is:
However, for the second and third level menu items, that drop down, I do need spacing and padding, like this:
How can achieve this if, we have only one set of parameters??
Thank you very much and best regards
A: You should use Individual Styles.
You should set the following parameters:
var itemSpacing = 0;
var itemPadding = 0;
and create individual style for submenus
var menuStyles = [
["menuBackImage=images/subm_back.gif","itemSpacing=1","itemPadding=1"], // add Spacing and Padding to the style which is used for the third level menu items.
["itemSpacing=1","itemPadding=1"], //style 2
You should assign this style for the second and third level menu items
["DHTML Menus","", "images/icon1.gif", "images/icon1o.gif", , , , , , , , ],
"images/icon2.gif", "images/icon2o.gif", , , , "2", , , , ], // assign Style 2
["||Features","", "images/icon3.gif", , , , "0", "0", , , , ], // assign Style 0
["|||First Column","", , , , , "0", "1", , , , ],
["|||Second Column","", , , , , "0", , , , , ],
["||Cross-frame Mode","", "images/icon5.gif", "images/icon5o.gif", , , "1", , , , , ],
["||Easy Installation","", "images/icon5.gif", "images/icon5o.gif", , , "1", , , , , ],