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Features Javascript Tree View

Seamless Integration
  • Visible over flash, select boxes, iframes, java applets
  • Multiple menus on the same page
  • Amicable to other scripts and css styles
  • Any HTML code can be used inside menu items
Professional Look-n-feel
  • Entirely customizable look-n-feel
  • A lot of pre-designed javascript tree view samples
  • Hundreds of visual effects
  • Custom CSS styles can be applied for all menu settings
Changing Width Drop Down Tree Javascript Tree View
Unrivalled Features
  • Scrollable, dragable, floating
  • Unique Java Script API for altering menu "on-the-fly", without page reloading
  • AJAX technology - loads menu data from the server "on-fly and on-demand".
Compatibility              
  • Full cross-browser compatibility including IE, Netscape, Mozilla, Opera, Firefox, Konqueror and Safari on Windows, Mac OS and Linux
  • Menu can be populated from a database using ASP, PHP, etc.
  • Search engine friendly
  • Support for any doctypes
  • Fits for secure sites
Easy Setup
  • De Luxe Tuner. GUI interface to create your javascript tree view menus easily and in no time
  • Sensible menu parameters for manual editing
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Recent Questions Javascript Tree View

Q: How about getting the entire side navigation bar to sit in the centre rather than left align?

A: You can set your menu in the <div> tag and use the alignment you need:

<!-- JavaScript Tree Menu -->
<noscript><a href="http://deluxe-menu.com">Javascript Menu by Deluxe-Menu.com</a></noscript>
<script type="text/javascript" src="menudir/dmenu.js"></script>
<!-- (c) 2009, http://deluxe-menu.com -->

<div align="center">
<script type="text/javascript" src="menudir/data.js"></script>
</div>

Q: Hello. I have noticed that when you expand a menu and then click to another page, the menu is collapsed on the next page. I read about "state saving" and tried the parameter which did not work. Is there a way to accomplish this?


A: You can see the example for state saving here:

http://dhtml-menu.com/tree-examples/tree-menuxp-save-state.html

This menu saves its state.
To enable this mode you should include dtree_ss.js file intoyour html page and set the following parameter:

  var tsaveState = 1;

See, if you open pages (with menus) from different folder itmeans that you open different menus. So, when you change a state, forexample, of the first menu within "content/" folder and then openanother page with the menu within "content/subfolder/", browsers looks for anothercookie file and can't find it and the second menu stays in a defaultstate. Is it clear?


Q: I made a html CD presentation based on cascading drop down menu but it works good only onIE and Google Chrome web browsers.

It doesn't work good on Mozilla Firefox browser. It shows menu properly but there is a problem with normal navigation.

The problem is with paths. I put the main js file in "menu" folder and I also have few folders with many html files in them.

For path I use the following "file:/(direct path to specific html file)". It works fine with IE and Google, but Mozilla/Firefox doesn't show the menu.

I tried also to use prefix "file:/" but it also doesn't show the cascading drop down menu on Mozilla/Firefox.

Is there any way to solve this problem?

Thank you for your answer.

A: It is not correct to add "file:/" in the link field.
You should write:

menu/image.gif
or
../menu/image.gif

You can try also to write links in the following way:
file://html/other/1.html
But I don't think that this will help you.

This is a feature of Firefox browser, Opera and Safari. These browsers cannot determine the root folder ofthe website (D:\ in the examples below) on a local machine (as IE and Google Chrome).

IE: D:\html\other\page.html (works)
Opera: file://localhost/html/other/page.html (link doesn't work)
Google Chrome: file:///D:/html/other/page.html (works)
Safari: file:///html/other/page.html (link doesn't work)
Firefox: file:///html/other/page.html (link doesn't work)

You use relative paths (and your folders have several embedded folders), so your links won'twork correctly in Firefox, Opera and Safari. The reason is not in the menu. Standard linkswon't work too.

So I think that the unique solution in your case is to move ALL link files (1.html,2.html, a.html ...) into the same folder with your index.html file.


Q: I would like to create my own jpeg images and use them as the mouseover-items in the top level drop down menus. I am not talking about the backround. I mean the actual upfront button.
I seem to be locked into the size which is the default and would like to change it to width = 180px and height = 45px for each item in the menu.
Is there any way to do that?


A: You should create Individual Style and assign it for all top items.

  var itemStyles = [
["itemWidth=180px"],
];

  var menuItems = [

["Home","testlink.html", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],
["Product Info","", "deluxe-menu.files/icon1.gif", "deluxe-menu.files/icon1o.gif", "", "", "0", "", "", ],