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Jquery Treeview Cross Browser Specific


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Features Jquery Treeview Cross Browser Specific

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
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".
Collapsible Tree Menus Jquery Treeview Cross Browser Specific
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 jquery treeview cross browser specific samples
  • Hundreds of visual effects
  • Custom CSS styles can be applied for all menu settings
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Javascript Tree Menu. Expandable Menu.

  • Tune menu parameters manually or using Deluxe Tuner. Then add several rows of a code within html page - your menu is ready!
  • Use special JavaScript functions for: Dynamic changing of items (text, link, icons and even individual style!). Making a menu item active/disabled. Addition/removing of items. Changing of visibility of items. Collapsing/expanding of items. Getting the information on any menu, submenu and items. Other tricks. But for all that it's not necessary to insert any additional code into all the pages - just specify some additional parameters of the menu.

Recent Questions Jquery Treeview Cross Browser Specific

Q: Even with the shadow setting removed -- there's a white space that surrounds the menu. I just can't figure out where the 1px white padding is coming from. I've checked and doubled checked my CSS -- so the problem is within the script with a setting I'm not familiar with.

A: Set

  var menuBorderWidth=0;

to remove white border from your submenus.

Add the following parameter to your Table:

<TABLE class=toptable cellPadding=0 cellSpacing=0 width=1000 align=center border=0>



Q: Everything works perfectly on Firefox, nothing works on IE6.

No rollovers, no drop downs.


A: You should the following parameters

  var menuBorderWidth="0";
  var itemBorderWidth="0";

These parameters cannot be empty.


Q: Will this menu rollout from within an iframe over a regular frame underneath it?


A: JavaScript Tree Menu doesn't work with <IFrame> objects. They work with objects only.
All they can to do with <IFrame> is to loadpages into it.


Q: When i stay on one page so must have the menue-point of the html menu for this page another color or font. How can i make this?


A: You should set pressed item.
Please, check the following parameter

  var pressedItem=-2;

This parameter sets an index of an item that will be highlighted by default.
-2 - the toggle mode is disabled;
-1 - the toggle mode is enabled, but no items highlighted by default;
0,1,2,3,... - index of highlighted item in a top-menu.

You can 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.

You can also set the correct
  var pressedItem=1;
parameter on each html page.