A related question: what I'm trying to do is to simply have a 1pxseparator between my main items (vertical) and between my sub-items(horizontal). Short of building a css mode menu, is this possibleusing your script -- if I set border=1 without any spacing, then thetwo borders between adjoining items come together and I get whatappears to be a 2px border separator. Is it possible to set margin-right=1, margin-bottom=1? This doesn't seem possible through thetuner: it appears to be border on all four sides or nothing.
A: You should see the following parameters:
//------- Separators -------
var separatorImage=""; //--- file exists in this location
You should set a separator in the menuItems, for example:
var menuItems = [
["Home","index.cfm", , , , , , , , ],
["About Us","about.cfm", , , , , , , , ],
Q: What can I do to optimize the load time for dhtml rollover
and prevent reloading it from the server with every page reload.
A: You can try to use AJAX technology.
AJAX-like technology: data for submenus can be loaded "on-the-fly" from the server.
var tajax = 0/1; - disables/enables AJAX-like support
Current syntax for item parameters ( var tmenuItems):
[text, link, iconNormal, iconOver, iconExpanded, tip, target, itemStyleInd, itemXPStyleInd, jsFileName]
Where jsFileName - .js filename on the server with submenu items ( var tmenuItems).
A: You should generate search engine friendly code and install it on yourpage.
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.
Run Tuner, load your menu and click Tools/Generate SE-friendly Code (F3).
Q: I would like to create navigation menu where the background is transparent until you move the mouse over itwhen it turns to a color. I erased the first color number from the list and that worked, but when I scrolled the mouse over the links, the background stayed light blue even though the mouse was no longer over them. Is there a way to let the background start transparent, turn light blue when the mouse is over it, then go back to transparent after the mouse is off it?
A: You can use transparent parameter, for example: