To avoid this, please, change:
<!-- (c) 2006, Deluxe-Menu.com, http://deluxe-menu.com -->
As I have stated before, your Deluxe-Menu is very very good.
But there is allways room for improvement.
Is there any chance to see support for the following in Deluxe-Menu:
Open Link in new window
Open Link in new tab
If the above is not possible or not something you want to enable.... then, there should be possible to make a workaround to make this work:
.... is there any possibility to make a custom context menu that show above a menuitem and that show when right clicking on the menuitem.
If not possible to implement using the native browser context menu, then I belive it should be possible to do it using my workaround how to.....
Just a thought....
Any suggestions on how I can make the workaround work, or if maybe you could support the workaround in some way in future releases of Deluxe-Menu? A: Yes, there is a workaround.
You can write your items in the following way:
["|<a href='http://www.domain.com' class="link">test test test</a>",""],
You should assign style for this link.
I am creating buttons for my web page and I can't find where I assign hyperlinks to the individual java menu items? Where is it located? A: Create your java menu in Deluxe Tuner.
Add items and subitems using buttons "Add Item" and "Add Subitem" onthe main window. Select menu item and set parameters (item text, link,icons, tip, target...) on the "Item Parameters" window.See also other parameters for the menu on the main window.
More info about java menu parameters you can find on our site
You can also use Individual Styles for items and subitems
Do you plan to implement a fix in the cross browser drop down menu for the pointer - many of our users have complained that it is very un-intuitive - surely it must be possible to change the pointer to a hand if there is a link. I have tried putting <a> tags in to the menu labels, but it only changes to a hand if the actual label text is highlighted - it obviously should change whichever part of the box is highlighted? Is there no other workaround? A: If you set the following parameter:
You'll have the mousepointer being a hand for all itemsin the menu.
Unfortunately, you can't change cursor type for different items.
But you can write so:
["<a href='http://deluxe-menu.com/'>Home</a>","", , , , , , , , ],
["Product Info","", , , , , "0", , , ],
["|What's New","", , , , , "0", , , ],
In all items with links you should use <a> tag.
Set this parameter: