The value of dmAJAXCount = 0 (we don't set that parameter).
How exactly does this parameter work? When does it have to be set? A: That variable set the maximal number of submenus that will be loadedfrom server on your page.
If you don't know exact number of submenus you can set a big value forthis parameter.
I would like to download them only on rollover on the submenu... I am aware of the ajax version of the menu, but .... A: Set the following parameter:
You can also use AJAX feature, see more info here:
I've spent the last 30 minutes or so looking for samples on how to create a simple pop up window. I downloaded the trial, put in the html, saved the js file, etc etc. But there is no sample so I can't see exactly how to do the html.
Like, in the tuner it says to enter the ID of the link. What is this? where do I put the onClick code? where can I find the onClick code? There is a lot of info missing here.
Please send a simple template so I can see how a popup is done. Not a menu, just a popup. A: > But there is no sample so I can't see exactly how to do the html.
You should create the pop up window in Deluxe Tuner and export it in the HTML page "File/Export/To HTML".
See more info about installation here:
> where can I find the onClick code?
See you can show the popup window when you hover, click or mouseout on some elements on yourpage. For example you've added an image in your html page. You should specify the ID for it, for example:
<p><img id="open_popup" border="0" src="images/submenu-bg.gif" width="170" height="29"></p>
So, in the Deluxe Tuner you should enter 'open_popup' object ID in the onMouseOver,onClick or onMouseOut fields.
Actually you can assign id to any object on your page manually. You should specify ID's - id="xxxx"for <a>, <div>, <img> ... tags.
If you want to show the popup when your page loads you should leave these fields empty:
I'm interested in using DHTMLMenu in web applications I develop and have some questions about licensing.
My company develops web applications that act as front ends for clients' legacy mainframe programs. DHTML Menu would be of great benefit in adding navigation functionality to these applications. Each application is custom-developed for each client, so we don't have a pre-packaged product in which the menu would be used. Would the Developer License meet our needs for this sort of development?
Also, a small minority of our clients develop and distribute applications themselves based on the applications that we develop for them. Does the Developer License support transferable redistribution? If not, how much would a license that permitted this cost?
Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you. A: Yes, Developer License will suit you.
You can use it within your applications and distribute them.