A: Check that parameter:
var texpanded = 0;
It expands all items by default.
Q: I changed the parameter from
in the data.js file
but it didn't change it;
I opened the dmenu_add.js file, but I'm not sure what I'm supposed to do with it?
I went to your sample page and I would like to add the item widths into mydata.js file, but each item is a different width. Would it be correct for meto do this?...
var itemStyles = [
Or will I have to make all the main menu items/graphics the same width?
A: You don't have to change your dmenu_add.js file.
Please, place this file in the folder where your menu iscreated in.
Yes, you can set itemWidth for each main item.
Please, use Deluxe Tuner to create your individual styles.
You should write, for example, so:
var itemStyles = [
["itemWidth=98px"], // style 0
["itemWidth=100px"], // style 1
["itemWidth=110px"], // style 2
["itemWidth=120px"], // style 3
["itemWidth=95px"], // style 4
var menuItems = [
["","", "data.files/products.gif", "data.files/products_mo.gif", "Products", "_self","0" , , , ],
["","", "data.files/demoCenter.gif", "data.files/demoCenter_mo.gif", , ,"1", , , ],
["","", "data.files/resources.gif", "data.files/resources_mo.gif", , ,"2", , , ],
["","support.htm", "data.files/support.gif", "data.files/support_mo.gif", , "_self","4", , , ],
["","", "data.files/company.gif", "data.files/company_mo.gif", , , , , , ],];
Q: My question is regarding the single user license. I am currently writing a website for use on my companies intranet. The machine I am writing it on will unlikely be the machine that it eventually lives on, which could also quite possibly change as well. Looking at the instructions for the license, it seems I require a domain name for the key. The problem is that the current machine I am using is not in DNS, & even if it were, the machine that it will eventually live on will not resolve to the same name (if it even will have a DNS entry in our internal DNS server). So, does the license look for the name that is specified from the client browser, or does it look internally on the web server itself? I am wondering if I set the web servers hosts file or httpd.conf to reference the name given in the license key taht will allow me to transfer the menu to another server?
A: You can register the menu for a domain name or for IP address.
In other words, you should register the menu for the domain name thatyou print in a browser's search string, for example:
Q: Is there a way to create a vertical menu in which the sub menus "fly out" to the left of the main menu?
A: Yes, it is possible.
To create vertical menu you should set
Why of showing submenu you can set so: