Recent QuestionsQ: Is there a way to increase the margin between the text on the main tree menu and the edge of the dhtml menu control. The text appears to be right up against the left margin.
A: You can add symbol before item's text, for example:
[" Deluxe Tree: XP Style","", "", "", "", "XP Title Tip", "", "0", "0", "", ],
or you can write:
["+<div style='padding-left: 15px;'>Deluxe Tree: XP Style</div>","", "", "", "", "XP Title Tip", "", "0", "0", "", ],
Actually you can use any html code within dhtml menu control items.
Q: I am putting your deluxe menu on our pages but if I do not put the menu on top, then it the sub menus appear on opposite direction (from bottom to top.) So instead of dropping down, they drop up.
We do not want this to happen. Can you please let me know how to resolve this issue?
Mouseover menu submenu drops up unless you scroll down or put the menu on top.
A: See if your submenu has a big height and there is no enough room under the menu to showthe whole submenu the submenu will be shown above the menu (if there is enough space toshow the whole submenu).
You can set exact height for the submenus, so they will go in the place under the menu.
Q: Your product seems to have menus draw only in a fixed 'hardcoded' direction ( opens either left or right )
is it possible to customize so that it is "self-aware" of the client browser window size...
"if there's room draw to the right, if not, open the menu to the left..."
A: You can see your submenus in any case.
They won't drop down out of the browser window.
Please, check it.
More info about the ways of showing submenus you can find here:
Q: How do I open a PDF document in a new window? Is this in the Item Parameters window?
A: You can specify target parameter for each item
["|Open file","file.pdf", "", "", "", "_blank", "", "", "", ],
If you want to use context menu you can try to write your menuItems in the following way:
["|<a href='file.pdf' target='_blank'>Open file</a>","", "", "", "", "", "", "", "", ],
But you should create correct style for <a> tag.