A: Check that you use relative position for the menu
You can install the menu in DIV or Table, for example:
You can send us a copy of your html page (including .js files) ora direct link to your website, so we can check it.
Q: I'm having a problem displaying a little white icon arrow on my dhtml foldout menu. I us Adobe Dreamweaver to build my site. When previewing, I found that adding . /.. to the .js file works good and it displays the arrows. But when I Put the menu on the internet it goes back to displaying a blank box like it can t find it again. My menu is in my site's root directory, and I would like to control all my site's pages with it. I am going to have a basic template for the whole site with the dhtml foldout menu on it and I am to building all the pages from that.
If I don't change the link to ../../ the only pages that will work is the one that is in the same directory as my menu files.
A: Try to use absolute paths to your images on the website. Your menu will work correctly inall cases in that case.
Q: I had just purchased tree menu license. I found that the tree menu is not float when position is set to absolute.
Is it possible to make the position relative and set the floating tree?
A: Tree menu will float with absolute position only:
Q: I'd like to create a tabbed menu which has about 9 or 10 main tabs.
I'd like to conserve the horizontal space, and wrap the menu after 4 or 5 tabs to have two rows of main tabs. Some tabs have sub menus, some don't.
The first main tab has about 10 items, and I'd like the user to be able to click on that main tab to see the 10 items.
I was going along splendidly with tab mode on. Then I get too far to the right and want to wrap.
hence that is why I want two rows, and apparently need to add the $ to wrap the menu around to a second row.
Do I need to use two tab menus to accomplish this?
A: This doesn't work in TabMode=1.
I suppose that it will be better to use two menus on the page.