How do I set the width of sub menu items to be the same width as the parent horizontal dhtml menu item? I can see how to set a px or % width, and when the at least one sub menu item exceeds the parent item the the entire menu stretches to that width (which is fine), but what about the instance where the sub menu items are not as wide as the parent item - in this case, the sub menu is not as wide as the parent item, which looks odd. Is there any way to force it to be (at least) the same width as the parent item?
I hope this is all clear to you, if not, please give me a shout for clarification. A: You can set exact width for your top items using Individual Item Styles and set submenu width usingIndividual Submenu Style.
You should also set the following parameter:
We need to have the current Tuner running on our Mac to create rollover menusA: We have MAC version of Deluxe Tuner (html version).
You should download free trial version on MAC.
So, you'll have MAC version of Deluxe Menus.
And use the licensed engine files from the licensed .zip
(you candownload it from the link in your license message).
Unfortunately we don't have html version of the Tuner for Deluxe Treeand Deluxe Tabs now.
We'll try to create it in the nearest future.
You can find all templates for Deluxe Tree, Deluxe Tabs, Popup Window, Calendar in thetrial package.
More info about installation and parameters you can find on our websites:
I set a custom target at '_mainFrame' required by Dreamweaver to view in a particular frame. When I click my button it opens in its own window.
Your thoughts would be appreciated. A: Please, check the following code, for example
["Galerie de photos","photos/index.php", "img/arrow_r.gif","img/arrow_o.gif", , "_self", , , , ],
["Galerie de photos","photos/index.php", "img/arrow_r.gif","img/arrow_o.gif", , "_mainFrame", , , , ],
I suppose that now you have such code
["Galerie de photos","photos/index.php", "img/arrow_r.gif","img/arrow_o.gif", , "_blank", , , , ],
My question is regarding the single user license. I am currently writing a website for use on my companies intranet. The machine I am writing it on will unlikely be the machine that it eventually lives on, which could also quite possibly change as well. Looking at the instructions for the license, it seems I require a domain name for the key. The problem is that the current machine I am using is not in DNS, & even if it were, the machine that it will eventually live on will not resolve to the same name (if it even will have a DNS entry in our internal DNS server). So, does the license look for the name that is specified from the client browser, or does it look internally on the web server itself? I am wondering if I set the web servers hosts file or httpd.conf to reference the name given in the license key taht will allow me to transfer the menu to another server? A: You can register the menu for a domain name or for IP address.
In other words, you should register the menu for the domain name thatyou print in a browser's search string, for example: