Recent Questions Tree MenuQ: You have a great, and very intuitive and easy to learn, product.
I'm down to two dumb questions:
A. What controls the little red arrows? I'd like them on every one of the navigators.
B. How do I create equal space between the drop down menu items? It looks weird right now.
A: 1) If your top item has a submenu this arrow will appear automatically.
For the items without submenus you may write:
["Home <img src='skin_data.files/arrowmain11.gif'>","index.html", "", "", "", "_self", "", "", "", "", "", ],
["About Us <img src='skin_data.files/arrowmain11.gif'>","about_us.html", "", "", "", "_self", "", "", "", "", "", ],
You can find arrowmain11.gif image in the attached example.
Actually you can add any html code inside item's text.
2) Set the drop down menu padding:
var itemPadding="3px 15px 3px 3px";
Q: I activated option "state saving" but I think there's a problem;
when I open the website and click on an item of the menu, the pressed item becomes red
(up to now it's ok), but if I have topress F5 on the keyboard or press on the refresh button
to refresh the web page, the pressed item loses its color red.
I'd like the pressed item in the dhtml expand menu to maintain its color after the refresh command.
How can I solve this problem?
A: Tree Menu doesn't save a presseditem as it saves a tree state.
function apyt_ext_setPressedItem(menuInd, itemID)
var i = 4 //index of the selected item
A: You can generate search engine friendly code.
To create a search engine friendly menu you should add additional html code within your html page:
To generate such a code use Deluxe Tuner application.
You can find this GUI in the trial package.
Run Tuner, load your menu and click Tools/Generate SE-friendly Code (F3).
A: Try to set that parameter: