This is what I found in you FAQ about this matter:
A: Thanks for your interest in our products.
The upgrade is free for existing customers.
You can download licensed package from the same link in your licensemessage.
Q: I see that you have the demo of the menu working over a frame so that it displays over the lower frame, vertical top to bottom.
However I have played around with your demo and can't seem to replicate the same feature.
Could you please tell me what I have to set to make the easy dropdown menu float over the lower framed window?
A: To initialize the cross frame menu call dm_initFrame() function instead of standard dm_init() function within data.js file:
dm_initFrame(framesetID, mainFrameInd, subFrameInd, orientation);
framesetID - id attribute of the frameset;
mainFrameInd - index of the main frame (where the top-menu is placed), >=0;
subFrameInd - index of the subframe (where the submenus will be shown), >=0;
orientation - frame orientaion: 0 - top-to-bottom, 1 - left-to-right; 2 - bottom-to-top; 3 - right-to-left.
For example, for the following structure:
<frameset id="frmSet" rows="185,*">
<frame id="frame1" src="cross-frame-horizontal-1.htm">
<frame id="frame2" name="testlink.htm" scrolling="no">
the dm_initFrame() function call at the end of data.js file will look like:
dm_initFrame("frmSet", 0, 1, 0);
Q: I got it working however I have an additional question.
How do I allocate the width of each "button" see sample how for instance the "FAQ" button is so narrow compared to others. I tried adding spaces with no result.
A: You can use Individual Item Styles to set exact width for the menuitems.
var itemStyles = [
["itemWidth=100px"], //style 0
var menuItems = [
["Home","testlink.html", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ], //style 0
["Product Info","", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ], //style 0
Q: I am trying to use the Drop Down Menu in a perl script. I would like to know if this is possible?
------------------ begin program
use CGI; # CGI library
use DBI; # Database library
print "Content-Type: text/html\n\n";
use CGI::Carp qw(fatalsToBrowser);
<!-- (c) 2005, http://deluxe-menu.com --> </head>';
print '<tr><td>second line</td></tr>';
_______________________ end program