Do you have any better documentation or writeup on using this feature?
A: No, unfortunately we don't have additional documentation. You can findall info on our site.
We have several examples of the menus using css.
You should set var cssStyle=1; parameter and then assign your stylesto the items.
var cssSubmenu is a CSS class name for all submenus. You can set, forexample, background color, background image, borders for all submenus.
var cssItem is CSS class names for all items (normal state, mouseoverstate) in the top menu and submenus.
var cssItemText is CSS class names for text of all items (normalstate, mouseover state) in the top menu and submenus.
It's possible to appoint individual CSS styles for separate elements of the menu using individual item styles and individual submenu styles.
Q: I using "deluxe menu Tree " : floating menu and I would like to remove the icon on the right, setting TXPExpandBtn.Is this possible?
A: No, you cannot remove expand buttons in var tXPStyle=1;.
But you can use another images for them. You can change it in Submenu Styles.
You can use var tXPStyle=0; also.
Q: We purchased your software and would like a way to give our users the ability to right click (or equivalent) and open a link in to a new window.
Is there a way to do this? If not, do you have a work around that people have found helpful.
As an example, I have a menu item that goes to http://www.google.com. Typically, it loads this in to one of our frames. However, I would like the end user to have the ability to either load it in to one of our existing frames or to load it in its own window.
A: You can try to write the following code for your items:
["<a href='index.html' target='_blank' class='home'>Home</a>","", "", "", "", "Return to Index page", "", "0", "", ],
And create styles
A: bselectedSmItem is index of the selected subtab.
If you use var tabMode=0;
you should set it to: