Recent Questions Pure Css TreeQ: My menu is working very well in IE 7.0, and almost very well in FF 2.0.
In your faq, you mention the following:
Fix for flash in Firefox!
If you don't want the flash to hide under submenus in Firefox you should do the following things:
However, I do want the flash to hide under submenus, like it does in IE when I set var dmObjectsCheck = 1;
My menu is beneath my flash.
A: If for some reasons a submenu can't drop down over an object the latter will be hidden for a time when the submenu is shown.
If you don't want to have such effect you should follow these steps.
Q: I looked through your FAQ's to solve my problem of trying to make the background of the top dhtml slide menu transparent. I set the itemBackColor to transparent and also menuBackColor to transparent. Do I have to changeanother setting to activate this? Right now it is currently white and I can't even find a spot that would make it white, unless it's just white by default.
A: Check that you haven't set background color in the Individual Styles.
Q: I downloaded the trial version and gave it a run.
I cannot get thebackground color of the menu to change – it this a limitation of the trail version or a bug?
A: No, it is not the limitation.
Please, set these parameters:
Q: We are unable to get sub-menus to appear on page load or rather simulate a "windows application style menu".
Again, we are trying to use the menu not only as a navigator but also as a visual aid for the user to determine what page they are viewing. For example, when a user clicks on a menu item and that page loads, the menu should display the top-level item pressed, the sub-menu group, and the item pressed.
Furthermore, it would also be useful if we could then "unlock" the pressed items and navigate the menu under normal circumstances.
If there are no existing "quick" functions to accomplish this, could you please point out the function in dmenu.js or another engine file that initiates the display of sub-menus, we could then force the menu to select a top-level item in the onload event thus showing a top-level item pressed along with it's related sub-menu.