For the dhtml tree that I purchased, can I choose what menus will be expanded or collapsed when the user first comes to the webpage forthe first time? A: You can expand some items by default.
Add '+' sign before items text in that case:
["+Deluxe Tree: XP Style","", "deluxe-tree.files/xpicon1_s.gif", "", "", "XP Title Tip", "", "0", "", "", ],
["|Home","testlink.htm", "deluxe-tree.files/icon1_s.gif", "deluxe-tree.files/icon1_so.gif", "", "Home Page Tip", "", "", "", "data-new.js", ],
"Deluxe Tree: XP Style" item will be expanded by default in that case.
Use var texpanded=1; parameter to expand all menu items by default.
Use function dtreet_ext_expandItem (itemID, expand) API function to expand the specificmenu items dynamically:
I would like to setup a menu that is Horizontal at level 1,Horizontal at level 2, then vertical from then on. Can your system handle this? Even if I need to manuallytweak something that would be fine.A: Unfortunately, the menu can't do that. You can only set theorientation for the top-menu and its submenus.Q:
I bought this menu in Dec and have a problem with it in the Firefox browser. In IE it works fine, Firefox throws the menu on the right side of the page. Am I doing something wrong? A: Try to set the exact width for the menu in "px":
I got your non-profit license a couple of days ago and I’m putting all the pieces together. I appreciate the license. I am having a problem with css styles. I have my site set up with css but can’t figure out how to get deluxe menu to see the css. I have read through the help and examples. I feel so dense. When I set the parameter to 1 what else do I need to see the styles? A: We have several examples of the menus using css.
You should set var cssStyle=1; parameter and then assign your stylesto the items.
var cssSubmenu is a CSS class name for all submenus. You can set, forexample, background color, background image, borders for all submenus.
var cssItem is CSS class names for all items (normal state, mouseoverstate) in the top menu and submenus.
var cssItemText is CSS class names for text of all items (normalstate, mouseover state) in the top menu and submenus.
It's possible to appoint individual CSS styles for separate elements of the menu using individual item styles and individual submenu styles.