My web page is frame based. There are THREE (3) Rows. The top roe is "header" and the bottom row is "footer". The center row is divided into TWO (2) columns. The left is "contents" and the right is "main". This is a very standard configuration.
I know that I am doing something wrong. I have read the instructions a dozen times and can't find the problem. A: You should write the ID of your frames correctly, for example now youhave:
header - 0
contents - 1 (frame with the menu)
main - 2 (frame with submenus)
bootom - 3
In that case you should write init function in the following way:
where - dm_initFrame("FrmSet",frame with the menu,frame with submenus,1);
See more info here:
It is mostly working now except where I have two rows of nav tabs.. The top row opens new pages and the bottom row is just regular div tabs... works fine in IE and Firefox but not Chrome... any ideas? A: Try to open links in the following way:
var bmenuItems = [
["Overview","link:Sun_Cabo_Services.asp", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],
["Villa Services","link:Cabo_Villa_Services.asp", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],
["Chef/Cook Services","link:Cabo_Chef_Services.asp", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],
["Spa Services","link:Cabo_Spa_Services.asp", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],
I am looking at purchasing the Drop Down Menu Program. I cannot find any examples of other sites that may be using your product.
This is a newer version of DHTML Menu. It works better.
> program effectively?
You can use Deluxe Tuner application to create your menus easily.
We release the new version of the menu about two times a year.
This version of the script doesn't check keys and it isn't bound to a domain name,so it can be used with an application that doesn't have a fixed domain name.