Is there a way to do this? If not, do you have a work around that people have found helpful.
As an example, I have a menu item that goes to http://www.google.com. Typically, it loads this in to one of our frames. However, I would like the end user to have the ability to either load it in to one of our existing frames or to load it in its own window.
A: You can try to write the following code for your items:
["<a href='index.html' target='_blank' class='home'>Home</a>","", "", "", "", "Return to Index page", "", "0", "", ],
And create styles
Q: How do I make the links in the transparent drop down menu NOT open up in a new window?
A: Try to set the following parameter:
And I tried the " var subMenuVAlign="bottom";" command as per your user database forum and it doesn't work.
So the problem is elsewhere....
BTW, I did not have this problem on the trial version, it appeared after I installed your js files in the scripts directory and the key in the data.js file
Q: First, i like the time I save with this program, but it isn't going to help me that much if I can't put the menu where I want it on my page.
No matter how I set the "positioning", it shows up in exactly the same place over and over. I've put it in table cells, I've given it absolute positioning... none of it matters.
A: If you want to center the menu paste itwithin the <div> or <table> with a static position and specify a center alignment for it, for example:
Please, set exact value for var menuWidth parameter, for example:
var menuWidth = "600px";
This can help to align your menu correctly in all browsers.
Try also to specify units in "px".
var absolutePos = 0;