Now, one more little question -
in a Tree menu, I know how to make a menu expand by default and expand only on a mouse click.
However, I believe there is a way to make a menu item expand on a "mouse over" without a click.
How can this be done? A: No, unfortunately it is not possible to expand the tree menu onmouseover now. It is possible that we'll add this feature in the nextversion.
Do drop down menu examples work with google page creator ? Orare there any problems ?A: See how you should install Deluxe Menu on your pages.
Deluxe Menus weren't developed as Google Page Creator/Dreamweaver/Frontpage extension,
To install the menuinto your html page:
1. open the page in your program
2. open html source code of the page
3. add several rows of code (<script> tags), For info see:
It is possible that your program changes some paths, so you havean error in the preview.
On your site or in your browser there'll be no errors.Q:
My menu is working very well in IE 7.0, and almost very well in FF 2.0.
In your faq, you mention the following:
Fix for flash in Firefox!
If you don't want the flash to hide under submenus in Firefox you should do the following things:
However, I do want the flash to hide under submenus, like it does in IE when I set var dmObjectsCheck = 1;
My menu is beneath my flash. A: If for some reasons a submenu can't drop down over an object the latter will be hidden for a time when the submenu is shown.
If you don't want to have such effect you should follow these steps.
As a part-time webdeveloper I have gotten very interested in your product. I really appreciate a number of things
- it's very flexible
- it's very easy to work with
- examples nicely show the capabilities
But I have a couple of questions:
- When opening a menu, there is an option for keeping the menu-item that has been pressed hightlighed (so that the user can see what he/she pressed). Is it possible, programmatically, to decide when this highlighting should be removed? The scenario is that, when a menu-item is clicked the used might browse for a couple of pages within the context defined by the menu-item, but when the user leaves, the menu-item should no longer be highlighted. I will (programmatically) decide the context, but is it possible for me to interact with the menu, and for example decide explicitly which menu should be highlighted?
- Our design department would like the menu containing the elements: "Skovdrift, Juletreer, Skovrejsning, etc". Please notice that "Brende" is supposed to show a menu item that is hightlighted. Is is possible to create this menu such that it is dynamic and each item is text-based (and not based on two pictures for each menu-entry: hightlighted and not)? I've been wondering how to solve this problem, but I cannot figure out a solution. The problem that I is stuck at, is how organise this speciel "frame" around each menu-element. Something that be partly accomplished using "arrowImageMain", but that does not bring me all the way. Please notice that the menu-items might not have any sub-menu. A: I suppose that you're saying about
Defines an item that will appear in the highlighted state
(-2 - normal mode, -1 - toggle mode is active, but highlighted item not defined, 0,1,2,3,... - # of pressed item including separators)
This parameter will not approach you.
function dm_ext_setPressedItem (menuInd, submenuInd, itemInd, recursion)
Sets a current pressed item.
menuInd - index of a menu on a page, >= 0.
submenuInd - index of a submenu, >= 0.
itemInd - index of an item, >=0.
recursion = true/false - highlight parent items.
But notice, to use dm_ext_setPressedItem() you should know ID of selected item and subitem.
You can't get this ID after you reload your page. That is why you should write your own code on PHP.