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Features Jktreeview Is Not Defined Javascript

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".
  • 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
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Cost Effective
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
High Performance
  • AJAX menu loading - loads web menu data from the server "on-the-fly".
  • Commonly loads quicker than other html page elements
  • Runs well with an unlimited number of submenus and items
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Javascript Tree Menu. Expandable Menu.

  • Use images for backgrounds of submenus and items, icons, arrows.
  • Use any amount of menus on a single page.
  • Place any HTML code within the menu item - be it a flash-object, form, picture, or text. This ability lets you to build various menus of any complexity. You can create 3-state icons for each item: normal state, mouseover state, expanded state. After clicking on menu item selected item becomes highlighted.

Recent Questions Jktreeview Is Not Defined Javascript

Q: As a part-time webdeveloper I have gotten very interested in your product. I really appreciate a number of things

- it's very flexible
- it's very easy to work with
- examples nicely show the capabilities

But I have a couple of questions:

- When opening a menu, there is an option for keeping the menu-item that has been pressed hightlighed (so that the user can see what he/she pressed). Is it possible, programmatically, to decide when this highlighting should be removed? The scenario is that, when a menu-item is clicked the used might browse for a couple of pages within the context defined by the menu-item, but when the user leaves, the menu-item should no longer be highlighted. I will (programmatically) decide the context, but is it possible for me to interact with the menu, and for example decide explicitly which menu should be highlighted?
- Our design department would like the menu containing the elements: "Skovdrift, Juletreer, Skovrejsning, etc". Please notice that "Brende" is supposed to show a menu item that is hightlighted. Is is possible to create this menu such that it is dynamic and each item is text-based (and not based on two pictures for each menu-entry: hightlighted and not)? I've been wondering how to solve this problem, but I cannot figure out a solution. The problem that I is stuck at, is how organise this speciel "frame" around each menu-element. Something that be partly accomplished using "arrowImageMain", but that does not bring me all the way. Please notice that the menu-items might not have any sub-menu.

A: I suppose that you're saying about
  var pressedItem=-2;
Defines an item that will appear in the highlighted state
(-2 - normal mode, -1 - toggle mode is active, but highlighted item not defined, 0,1,2,3,... - # of pressed item including separators)

This parameter will not approach you.

You should set a pressed item using Javascript API:

function dm_ext_setPressedItem (menuInd, submenuInd, itemInd, recursion)

Sets a current pressed item.
menuInd - index of a menu on a page, >= 0.
submenuInd - index of a submenu, >= 0.
itemInd - index of an item, >=0.
recursion = true/false - highlight parent items.

But notice, to use dm_ext_setPressedItem() you should know ID of selected item and subitem.
You can't get this ID after you reload your page. That is why you should write your own code on PHP.

Q: When I run the cursor over the menu, the menu images disappear for usually a split second, but sometimes for several seconds at a time. Is there a way to make the image static or keep it solid when the cursor runs over it?

A: You can have such effect when the page entirely was not loaded yet.
So, images were loaded only for the 1 state and for the other stat were not loaded yet.

If you don't want to have such effect you can use 1 state buttons.

Q: I have a menu defined that displays and operates correctly in a page. However, if I place that same page in an iFrame the menu displays correctly BUT the texpanded parameter no longer works.
If I copy the contents of the iFrame and run it again in a new window, it all works fine again.

Is there something special I need to do in an iFrame?

A: Javascript/DHTML Tree Menu doesn't work with <IFrame> objects. It works with objects only. All it can to do with <IFrame> is to loadpages into it.
You should use standard installation for the menu.

Q: Does your product support image swapping? For instance, if I was building a menu such as the one on your site, how would I swap the "Home", "Product Info", etc images/gif's?

I'm using a JavaScript such as the one below:

<a href="index.html"><img src="images/btn_home_up.gif" name="Image1" width="91" height="33" border="0" id="Image1" onmouseover="MM_swapImage('Image1','','images/btn_home_roll.gif',1)" onmouseout="MM_swapImgRestore()" /></a>

A: You can use images for items using standard <img> tag.
But in this case you should change pictures yourselves usingJavascript to make rollover items.

For example:

  var menuItems = [
["<img src='image1.gif' width=100 height=20 onmouseover='this.src=\"image2.gif\" onmouseout='this.src=\"image1.gif\"'>Text", link,]

  var menuItems = [
["<img src='image.gif' onmouseover='changeImage(this, 1)' onmouseout='changeImage(this, 0)'>"]