Recent Questions Sliding TreeviewQ:
Now I need to work out how to add multiple menu's to a page? Are you able to reference these separately - is this possible.
The page that I am creating lists out notes from our system - there is a "options" button to the right of each note - when the cursor hovers over this button I want to dynamically load themenu's. On any page there could be over a 100 of these "option" buttons and the menu that would load from each option button could be different and specific to the note. A: You can add as many menus as you want on the one page.
You should call
and then call your data files:
> The page that I am creating lists out notes from our system -
> there is a "options" button to the right of each note - when the
> cursor hovers over this button I want to dynamically load the
You can try to use pop up menus
You may also generate a menus from a database or XML using any server-side script, e.g., PHP, ASP, VB, etc.
I already found out the use of the pressedItem setting. However Iwas looking to be able to have a submenu in the html dropdown menu already expanded on pageload. Can you tell me if this is possible yet in any way ? A: You can find the example here
Click on the following link:
Highlight "Product Info/Installation/Description of Files" item.
Use the following function to highlight items
function dm_ext_setPressedItem (menuInd, submenuInd, itemInd, recursion, parentOpen)
where parentOpen = true/false - open all submenus to show the selected item
I need to have two cascading menus in oneself page, please give me instructions of as making it. A: You should simply call different data files in the place where you want to have a menus(check that you use relative menu position).
See more info here:
Tree menu doesn't display properly in Firefox or IE7. Could you give me advice on how to correct this problem? The menu creates black 'blinds' horizontally across the page. Since IE7 will be rolling out soon I need to get this corrected sometime in the next couple weeks. A: Try to specify units in "px".
var tmenuWidth = "280px";
It's necessary to specify exact value for Mozilla browsers. It helps to position menus correctly.