Recent Questions Sorting In Tree MenuQ: I know I can fix the width of the entire (horizontal) menu. But is there a way to fix the width of each Item in the menu? I would like each Item to be the same width.
A: Please, try to specify units in "px", for example.
var menuWidth = "600px";
It's necessary to specify exact value for Mozilla browsers. It helpsto position menus correctly.
Try to set individual style for item width:
var itemStyles = [
var menuItems = [
["Text1","", "data.files/products.gif", "data.files/products_mo.gif", "Products", "_self", "0", , , ],
["Text2","", "data.files/products.gif", "data.files/products_mo.gif", "Products", "_self", "0", , , ],
["Text3","", "data.files/products.gif", "data.files/products_mo.gif", "Products", "_self", "0", , , ],
["Text4","", "data.files/products.gif", "data.files/products_mo.gif", "Products", "_self", "0", , , ],
["Text5","", "data.files/products.gif", "data.files/products_mo.gif", "Products", "_self", "0", , , ],
Q: I've looked through the FAQ's till my eyes burned... I know how to collapse/expand all on page load, but can't find an answer to this specific question
a user logs on, goes to the order page, uses the menu to navigate and place an order. After the order is processed through a php verification page, the user is directed back to the order page via the php header() function, with the menu still intact, and the values of the order updated.
But once the user navigates away from the order page, and then returns to complete another order, I'd like the menu items to all be collapsed.
If that's not an inherent design of your menu program, is there a variable that I can pass with the initial load that will cause a full collapse?
But you can try to delete
parameter from your data file and add it on your html page directly.
So, on your initial page you can set:
and on other pages you should set:
I noticed that the not-for-profit free license doesn't cater for Intranets.
Can you please confirm that your drop down menu code (paid license) would indeed work for Intranets though, as this is my current quest. I'm working on a company's internal site which has a lot of documents, procedures and forms for download, which is precisely why I would like to purchase your product.
Can you please confirm or shed light on this?
You should register the drop down menu code 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:
But you menu won't work on a local machine, for example
with Single or Multiple licenses. On a local machine you'll see"Incorrect Key" message.
If you want to use the menu with an application that doesn't have afixed domain name you should buy Developer License.
Q: 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: