Basically I want to have a different font and color for my submenu items so they appear differently than the normal primary Items - but it seems there is only two options for fonts:
- The global font parameters affecting all fonts (primary and sub).
- And the Individial Styles for primary Item Styles.
Why no font paramenters for Submenu Items?
A: You can assign Item Style for the submenu item too.
See the example:
var itemStyles = [
["fontStyle=normal 13px Comic Sans MS"], //item style 0
var menuStyles = [
["Product Info","", "default.files/icon1.gif", "default.files/icon1o.gif", , , "0", , , ], //item style 0
["||How To Setup","testlink.html", "default.files/icon6.gif", "default.files/icon6o.gif", , , "0", , , ], //item style 0
Q: I would like the cursor to change to a hand when over a drop down menu link...
A: Try to set this parameter to your drop down menu:
Q: My sub menus are not rendering correctly in IE8 RC1 when my Vista machine is set to 120 dpi. I did not notice this as a problem until I installed RC1 today.
A: The menu works correctly in IE8 RC1 (120 dpi), if your browser image any font incorrectly(Tahoma in that case) the menu couldn't correct this.
It is possible that the reason is in the filters. You can try to turn off filters orchange font:
Q: I am running our Intranet site off a mapped drive in our office and it is only accessed by approx. 12 users. Would the Single Website License be what I am looking for? Eventually, I would like to move it to a proper server. Would I encounter any issues down the road?
I am not a web designer, just a technician looking to add an Intranet as a helpful tool for our office.
Really like your product!
A: For Single Website License you should register the menu for the domain name thatyou print in a browser's search string, for example:
Your menu will work on the registered domain name only.