Thanks, we tried giving var pressedItem=0; and the script as below:
We are facing 2 problems
1) Two menus are getting highlighted, the "Home" and the dynamic html menu which is called onLoad using dm_ext_setPressedItem (0,8,0,0); function)
2) The submenu of the dm_ext_setPressedItem (0,8,0,0) is not getting highlighted. A: Try to set
dm_ext_setPressedItem function has a following parameters:
function dm_ext_setPressedItem (menuInd, submenuInd, itemInd, recursion, parentOpen)
So, if you want to highlight item in the submenu you should use itemInd of this item (notitemInd of the parent item).
For example you want to highlight submenu item of the 'Manage Users' parent item with
You can find more info about dynamic html menu indexes here:
So you should write the function in the following way:
dm_ext_setPressedItem (0, 3, 15, 1, 1)
menuInd = 0 if you have only one menu on the page
submenuInd = 3, see how to determine submenuInd in the table
itemInd = 15, see how to determine itemInd in the table
recursion = 1, to highlight parent items
parentOpen = 1, to open the submenu with the selected item.Q:
I paid for the Deluxe Tabs and built them the way I wanted with little modification. Everything is working fine except in Internet Explorer 6 on Windows. If I click on another of the 4 tabs in my navigation tabs, the content doesn't change. A: You should set the following parameter:
You should also add style="visibility: hidden;" for a content DIVs.
You won't see the content of all tabs when your page loads in thatcase.
<div id="tabcontent1" style="visibility: hidden;">
<div id="tabcontent2" style="visibility: hidden;">
Now on IE for Windows, the menus disappear as I roll over them, though not always.
I'd say 90% of the time they fade away as my cursor crosses them.
10% they stay and I can get a good click.
On Safari, they work great. A: See menu parameters they contain:
You should set, for example:
I have the following problem. I've set target parameter to "_self".
But my html files still opens in a new window. A: Please, check the following parameters:
var itemTarget="_self"; //default target
You can set target parameter for each item.
See menuItems parameter:
var menuItems =
["|Our Products","testlink.html","icon1.gif","icon2.gif","Our Products Tip","_self",,"0"],