Yui Treeview State Cookie by Deluxe-Tree.com
Yui Treeview State Cookie


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Features Yui Treeview State Cookie

Cost Effective
Easy Setup
  • De Luxe Tuner. GUI interface to create your yui treeview state cookie menus easily and in no time
  • Sensible menu parameters for manual editing
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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 yui treeview state cookie 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.

  • You can create any style for XP menu:
  • different icons, colors, and buttons for each submenu title;
  • any color for borders, backgrounds, and font of menus and items;
  • any available font style; and many other options!
  • Design personal styles for any submenu and item. Use individual styles to rich killer visual effects!
  • These effects will make your menu neat and chic. Among available special visual effects there are random dissolve, fade, mix, mosaic slide out and many many others.

Recent Questions Yui Treeview State Cookie

Q: Does dropdown menu javascript supports right to left languages?

A: Yes, JavaScript Tree Menu support right to left languages, set the following parameter:

  var dmRTL=1;

Specify also align for your items:

  var itemAlignTop="right";
  var itemAlign="right";

Q: I can't get the hand pointer to work with my dhtml menu scripts in firefox and IE. I know that firefox requires the itemCursor to be set to pointer, but it doesn't work for all links in my menus. I believe that this worked in past version of deluxe-menu, but stopped working somewhere along the way. To recreate this, create a horizontal menu, and set the pressedItem to be one of the menu items and set the itemCursor to be "pointer". Then, you'll see that the pressed item's pointer is the finger icon, but the other menu items are just the arrow. Is there something I'm doing wrong or a setting that will fix this?

A: No, the reason is not in the pressed item.

See when you set:
  var itemCursor="pointer";

your cursor will be a hand for the items with url only. For the itemswithout url it will be default arrow.



Q: I have installed all .js files in a subfolder under my html folder. \html\menudir\ all js files are here

My html file is in html folder.

Inserted in HEAD section in HTML file
<!-- JavaScript Tree Menu -->
<noscript><a href="http://deluxe-menu.com">simple javascript menu by Deluxe-Menu.com</a></noscript>
<script type="text/javascript">  var dmWorkPath = "menudir/";</script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="menudir/dmenu.js"></script>
<!-- (c) 2006, http://deluxe-menu.com -->

Later in BODY, used your sample popup javascript data-popup-mode.js file

<script type="text/javascript"
src="menudir/data-popup-mode.js"></script>
<img src="../images/lov.gif" onClick="return dm_popup(1, 2000, event);" style="cursor: pointer;"> When I view the page with simple javascript menu and click on the image, I get an error.

What am I doing wrong?

A: If you have only one menu on the page you should write popup functionin the following way:

return dm_popup(0, 2000, event);



Q: I need to include background images for my navigation, so I put them in the same folder where the "data.js" file can be found. I am using the deluxe tuner in order to call these files and it looks great in the preview. As soon as I save the file and load it in the browser, the background images are missing.

Your solution refers to creating absolute paths using
  var pathPrefix_img = "http://domain.com/images/";

I have implemented this solution but I still think the problem persists.


A: Now you set pathPrefix parameter:
  var pathPrefix_img = "http://www.domain/folder/menudir/dataAlumni.files/";

And you have such images paths, for example:
  var arrowImageSub=["dataAlumni.files/submenuIconOff.gif","dataAlumni.files/submenuIconOn.gif"];

So you have such paths for arrows:
http://www.domain/folder/menudir/dataAlumni.files/dataAlumni.files/submenuIconOff.gif

It is not right.

You should write your paths so:
  var arrowImageSub=["submenuIconOff.gif","submenuIconOn.gif"];

Please, correct it.