Recent Questions Sorting In Tree MenuQ:
When doing a multi-frame frameset (1 top frame, 2 bottom frames) like this:
<frameset ID="frames" ONLOAD="getBottom()" ROWS="50, *" BORDER="0" FRAMEBORDER="no" FRAMESPACING="0">
<frame NAME="frmTop" SRC="top.htm" MARGINHEIGHT=0 MARGINWIDTH=0 SCROLLING=NO NORESIZE FRAMEBORDER="0" />
<frameset ID="bottomFrames" cols="171,*">
<frame name="frmLeft" src="left.htm" MARGINHEIGHT=0 MARGINWIDTH=0 SCROLLING=NO NORESIZE FRAMEBORDER="0"/>
<frame name="frmMain" MARGINHEIGHT=0 MARGINWIDTH=0 SCROLLING=NO NORESIZEFRAMEBORDER="0" />
And using the dm_frameinit like this:
dm_initFrame("[object]", 0, 2, 0);
it works fine in IE -> the menus are displayed exactly under the text and in the bottom right frame.
However, in Firefox, the menu drop down is displayed to the right of the top menu text, and exactly the number of pixels as the width of the left frame.
Perhaps there needs to be some FireFox checking to fix this?
Can you help me with that? A: The problem is in a structure of your frameset.
Mozilla browsers can't determine absolute coordinates for a frame, sosubmenus drop down with an offset.
You should create the following frameset structure:
Now a top row has 2 columns and all browsers can determine awidth of the 1st column in the second row.
I'm trying out the cross-browser (top to bottom) drop down menu and I was wondering if it was possible to have the top bar (the main items) use a background image while the sub-items beneath used a plain background color and no image?
You can use Individual Styles to set background image for the items
var itemStyles = [
oryou can use images instead of icons (you should delete item's text).
["","", "deluxe-menu.files/btn_black.gif", "deluxe-menu.files/btn_black_green.gif", "", "", "", "", "", ],
I'm looking at evaluating your Deluxe menu software for inclusion in our current web based software solution and am particularly taken with the 'Ajax style' loading.
Could you please answer a couple of questions with respect to that.
At what point does it load those file ¦ initially when menu is drawn (so multiple small hits to app server) or when the user selects the menu? Does the link href *have* to be a .js file ¦ or can it be any valid file type that returns the correct data? I have to generate the menu options dynamically from a DB and therefore really need to include a JSP style file.
Our current menu system (made up of 4 levels deep contains over 300 links, which is why I want to minimise server hit as much as possible! A: It loads when the user move his mouse above the menu items.
You can use any extension for these files. But the file structureshould be the same as in our example.
I just want to know after I generate the asp drop down menu, how can I put it in my html page ?A: Unfortunately we don't have step by step tutorial now.
We'll try tocreate it in the nearest time.
1. Create your menu in Deluxe Tuner application.
You can create any menu as you like in Deluxe Tuner.
You can use ready to use templates. You can find them in the templateswindow.
and subitems using buttons "Add Item" and "Add Subitem" onthe main window.
You should set items and subitems parameters on the "Item Parameters"window.
See also other parameters for the menu on the main window.
More info about menu parameters you can find on our site
(you can alsouse local version of the site which you can find in the trial package
You can also use Individual Styles for items and subitems:
//data-deluxe-menu.js - data file created in Deluxe Tuner.
You should also copy all engine files
into "deluxe-menu.files/" folder. You should place this folder in thesame folder with your index. html page.