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Xsl Dynamic Xml Html Tree


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Features Xsl Dynamic Xml Html Tree

Cost Effective
Compatibility              
  • Full cross-browser compatibility including IE, Netscape, Mozilla, Opera, Firefox, Konqueror and Safari on Windows, Mac OS and Linux
  • Menu can be populated from a database using ASP, PHP, etc.
  • Search engine friendly
  • Support for any doctypes
  • Fits for secure sites
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High Performance
  • AJAX menu loading - loads web menu data from the server "on-the-fly".
  • Commonly loads quicker than other html page elements
  • Runs well with an unlimited number of submenus and items
Professional Look-n-feel
  • Entirely customizable look-n-feel
  • A lot of pre-designed xsl dynamic xml html tree samples
  • Hundreds of visual effects
  • Custom CSS styles can be applied for all menu settings
Seamless Integration
  • Visible over flash, select boxes, iframes, java applets
  • Multiple menus on the same page
  • Amicable to other scripts and css styles
  • Any HTML code can be used inside menu items
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Javascript Tree Menu. Expandable Menu.

  • These effects will make your menu more attractive and stylish. Among available transitional effects there are such as fade, mosaic, random dissolve, slide out and many others.
  • Create individual styles and assign them to any submenu and item. Use individual styles to achieve stunning effects!

Recent Questions Xsl Dynamic Xml Html Tree

Q: I'm using the deluxe-menu software on a asp.net 2.0 site that utilizes master-pages. On everypage that is in the root directory the javascript for menu loads fine, but if the page is up a directory the main images for the menu don't display.

Have you had any customers with this same problem? If so any help you could offer would be appreciated, thanks!

A: Try to use absolute paths, for example:

<script type="text/javascript">  var dmWorkPath = "https://www.watchguardsales.com/menu.files/";</script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="https://www.watchguardsales.com/menu.files/dmenu.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="https://www.watchguardsales.com/menu.js"></script>

and in your data file set:

  var pathPrefix_img="https://www.watchguardsales.com/images/";
  var pathPrefix_link="https://www.watchguardsales.com/";


Q: I have seen a certain menu effect on a few websites and have so far been unable to reproduce it in simply HTML/CSS. Today I saw the effect on a website, looked at the source code and it appears they are using some of your code.

I have a fairly typical screen layout with a menu bar on the left hand 10% of the screen and the main screen content on the right 90%. Some of my screens get very long, so that when you scroll all the way down to the bottom, the menu is left way up off screen. I would like the menu block to move down so that it is always a certain number of pixels below the top of the viewed screen, not the absolute top of the page. Is this something your software does? If so, which one of your products?


A: You can create such menu with JavaScript Tree Menu.
You should use floatable menu, so you can always see the menu.
But to use the floatable feature

  var floatable=1;

you should use the absolute position for the menu

  var absolutePos=1;
  var posX="10";
  var posY="10";

Please, try the trial version of the menu.


Q: I am using cross frame menu dropdown. I have three frames: Top, Left and main (middle).

I am using the script and data from your sample file; it works fine. Only problem is submenu is offset to the right. It does not show up exactly down below the top menu.

What could be the problem?

A: JavaScript Tree Menu doesn't work correctly (incorrect submenu position) if youhave complex frame structure.

The problem is in a structure of your frameset.
Mozilla browsers can't determine absolute coordinates for a frame, so submenus drop down with an offset.

You should create, for example, the following frameset structure:

--|------------
   | menu
--|------------
   |
   | submenus
   |

Now a top row has 2 columns and all browsers can determine a width of the 1st column in the second row.

You should write init function in the following way in that case:
dm_initFrame("mainframe",1,3,0);



Q: I have the menu working perfectly on the main page of the website,but when I try to install menu javascripts onto html files that appear in subfolders of the site, the images do not appear.

A: You can use additional parameters to make menu paths absolute:

  var pathPrefix_img = "http://domain.com/images/";
  var pathPrefix_link = "http://domain.com/pages/";

These parameters allow to make images and links paths absolute.
For example:

  var pathPrefix_img = "http://domain.com/images/";
  var pathPrefix_link = "http://domain.com/pages/";

  var menuItems = [
["text", "index.html", "icon1.gif", "icon2.gif"],
];

So, link path will be look so:
http://domain.com/pages/index.html

Images paths will be look so:
http://domain.com/images/icon1.gif
http://domain.com/images/icon2.gif

Please, try to use these parameters.