We are testing your css drop down menu and everything is fine, except for the slow load in IE7.
After the page is loaded, the first time we open each item it takes a lot of time to appear.
Do you have any solution for this problem? A: Check that you've set the following parameter:
You can also try to turn off transitional effects:
And adjust the following parameters:
This intranet site serves approx 15 workstations and I named it 'QuickFind'. It is now the slowest to load of any websites, applications, you name it...
So it is bit embarassing ...
Hoping you can help me to resolve this A: Try to set the following parameters:
My client wants their drop down navigation to lock into place when someone visits a page. Is there a way to do this?
Right now it disappears when you click the link. A: I suppose that you're saying about submenus.
Try to set the pressed item using the following API function:
function dm_ext_setPressedItem (menuInd, submenuInd, itemInd, recursion, parentOpen)
Sets a current pressed item.
menuInd - index of a dynamic menu on a page, >= 0.
submenuInd - index of a submenu, >= 0.
itemInd - index of an item, >=0.
recursion = true/false - highlight parent items.
parentOpen = true/false - open all submenus to show the selected item
See example here:
Try to click 'Highlight "Product Info/Installation/Description ofFiles" item'.
You can also try to use the following parameter:
var smHidePause = 1000;
A delay (in ms) between mouse is moved from submenu and its closing.
You can make submenus to stay visible till you click outside the menu or scroll your page.
To enable this feature you should set this parameter in the following way: var smHidePause = -1; Q:
Can I install the menu using my buttons? I might be able to do it if the buttons used only one image, but they use two images. One is light and the other dark.
I also have some questions:
1) Will the menu stay in view when the user scrolls down?
2) I'm not even sure I care if the menu stays in view, because I believe that is done using php and is not good for SEO. The file that the search engines see is index.html while the file that visitors see is home.php. I think it would be better for SEO to have a normal .html page. Are you able to do that? A: See how you should make image-based menus: if item text is empty, icon fields will be used as item images.
["", "index.html", "menu1a.gif", "menu1b.gif", "Home Page"]
1) You should use floatable feature.
See the following parameter:
2) You can generate search engine friendly code using Deluxe Tuner:
"Tools/Generate SE-friendly Code".