I see references to "skin.js". Is this supposed to be generated?
I am being really dense. I would like to use Deluxe Popup Windows in response to a mouse click on a picture. So far with deluxe Menu, I just put a statement like this:
I have managed to make the onmouseover popup window appear by using that code, the web page loads and the popup loads (with the skin error).
I know how to get a larger picture from a smaller one like this:
<img class="border0" src="../images/Tige/CabinetMod/Tige_CabinetMod04_small.JPG" alt="Gasketmount">></a>
I just don't know how to put the rvmonitor.js into the <a href...></a> function. Could I have a simple example?
A: See, to install Deluxe Popup Window you should call two .js files onyour page:
Copy deluxe-popup-window.files folder and deluxe-popup-window.js fileinto the same folder with your html page.
To open your window on mouse click you should do the following things:
Q: Only in XP Styles for dhtml vertical menus I can set the "movable menu" on ?!
When I save to teste this feature doesn't work !!!
A: You can use movable feature in the var tXPStyle=0;too.
But to use floatable or movable feature you should use absolute position forthe menu:
Q: I would like all my submenus of the html menu to appear in the same location on the page and not relative to the parent menu item.
A: You can do it using the following parameters:
var subMenuAlign = "left"; - Horizontal alignment for submenus.
"pleft", "pcenter", "pright" - alignment relative to the parent submenu.
var subMenuVAlign = "top"; - Submenus vertical alignment.
"ptop", "pcenter", "pbottom" - alignment relative to the parent submenu.
Q: I never succeed to see the images in the dhtml menu examples using my default folder hierarchy (ie : a folder for the html files and a folder for the js files). The only way for me was to create the data.files folder in the html folder. It works but it does not follow my production standard. Did I forget something ?
A: You should set relative paths according to your html page.
For example, you have such file structure:
1.html // page with the dhtml menu examples
2.html // page with the dhtml menu examples
So in Deluxe Tuner you should open image.gif file.
You will have, for example:
Then you should delete "d:\webpages\site1\web-content\" and add ../prefix. The path will be:
You can also set path_prefix
var pathPrefix_img = "../Artwork/";
Or you can try to use absolute paths, for example:
var pathPrefix_img = "http://domain.com/images/";