var menuItems = [
Thank you for the answer.
var menuitems = [
Unfortunately, you can't assign onmouseover/onClick event to each item.
However, you can achieve this by using standard html objects within items, for example:
var menuitems = [
["<div onClick='your_code_here'>item text</div>", "index.html"]
Unfortunately we don't have such example.
Q: How ever there is still one major issue that need to be solved before we open to site to the public and occurs when the form used by the 2020 Datashed application to search an item (page listing.asp) is used together with the Delux dropdown menu.
When the Delux dropdown menu display their data, it is possible to 'see' the information of the 2020 search form through it. The over all effect is some kind of transparency in the page that is not acceptable.
In the attached snapshot is an image of the web page that shows the effect that we want to avoid.
This effect only happens on the head area of the 2020 search form that I have marked with a red rectangle. The main body of the form, marked in blue, does not have this transparent effect.
My solicitude for help is about this issue, could you advice about this matter and pinpoint the css file and instruction than can make this change, or there is another way to make the same result?
A: Try to set the following parameter:
Q: Although our college standard is IE, a lot of our students use firefox. I tried the css drop menu in Firefox 2, and it works, but the nice transition effect isn't there. Will you make this work soon?
A: Transparency and other transitional effects are supported by IE 5.5+only. This is MS IE feature. Other browsers don't support them.
Q: I'm facing a problem with "movable menue":
A: You should set absolute position for the menu when you use movable orfloatable feature: