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Features Editable Js Tree

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
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
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Cost Effective
Professional Look-n-feel
  • Entirely customizable look-n-feel
  • A lot of pre-designed editable js tree samples
  • Hundreds of visual effects
  • Custom CSS styles can be applied for all menu settings
Easy Setup
  • De Luxe Tuner. GUI interface to create your editable js tree menus easily and in no time
  • Sensible menu parameters for manual editing
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Recent Questions Editable Js Tree

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: Pls help me with another question.

I have an horizontal menu in which the submenus drop down (as in example # 1 you have in your web).

For the first level items (which are horizontal), I do not want item spacing or itemPadding, that is:
  var itemSpacing=0;
  var itemPadding=0;

However, for the second and third level menu items, that drop down, I do need spacing and padding, like this:
  var itemSpacing=1;
  var itemPadding=1;

How can achieve this if, we have only one set of parameters??

Thank you very much and best regards


A: You should use Individual Styles.

You should set the following parameters:

  var itemSpacing = 0;
  var itemPadding = 0;

and create individual style for submenus
  var menuStyles = [
["menuBackImage=images/subm_back.gif","itemSpacing=1","itemPadding=1"], // add Spacing and Padding to the style which is used for the third level menu items.
["columnPerSubmenu=2"],
["itemSpacing=1","itemPadding=1"], //style 2
];

You should assign this style for the second and third level menu items

["DHTML Menus","", "images/icon1.gif", "images/icon1o.gif", , , , , , , , ],
 ["|The JavaScript Tree Menu","http://deluxe-menu.com",
"images/icon2.gif", "images/icon2o.gif", , , , "2", , , , ], // assign Style 2
   ["||Features","", "images/icon3.gif", , , , "0", "0", , , , ], // assign Style 0
   ["|||First Column","", , , , , "0", "1", , , , ],
   ["|||Second Column","", , , , , "0", , , , , ],
   ["||Cross-frame Mode","", "images/icon5.gif", "images/icon5o.gif", , , "1", , , , , ],
   ["||Easy Installation","", "images/icon5.gif", "images/icon5o.gif", , , "1", , , , , ],
 ["|The Javascript/DHTML Tree","http://deluxe-tree.com", "images/icon2.gif", "images/icon2o.gif", , , , , , , , ],
...


Q: What is wrong here ???

 ["|<div OnMouseOver=alert('This is a test');>ABMELDEN</div>", "Logout.asp", "icon2_s.gif","icon2_s.gif","","Abmelden",,"3"],


A: You should write:

 ["|<div OnMouseOver='alert(\"This is a test\");'>ABMELDEN</div>","Logout.asp", "icon2_s.gif","icon2_s.gif","","Abmelden",,"3"],


Q: I'm still having the issue with the sub-menus not being in the proper place, however I was able to fix the issue with menu now showing up in IE at all, it turns out I forgot a tag. So do you know why the sub-menu alignment changes depending on the browser window size? Either of the links below should give an example.


A: See, the problem is that the script can't get css properties of the object if they are described in separate .css block (or file).
In other words, you can't get the value of "position" attribute of the object if the object doesn't have this property within inline style(style="position:absolute"). To get the value you should move .css style into style="" attribute.

Please, try to add your

css file -> inline css, for example:

You should add style="position:absolute;"

to the

<DIV id=navholder>

So, you'll have:

<DIV id=navholder style="position:absolute;">