Shouldn’t the dhtml expand menu know what page you are on and expand accordingly?
Or would you need to ‘hard code’ each page to be expanded basedon that page?A: You should set the following parameter
function dtreet_ext_setPressedItem (menuInd, itemID)
Please, see here:
You can also set
var tsaveState = 1;
More info you can find
To expand specific items you should use API function
function dtreet_ext_expandItem (itemID, expand)
I must say, I'm glad I found your products! I am thoroughly impressed with your products! Once we get everything figured out and our menu set up, we'll be purchasing a license for our site.
However, I did have a question. I cannot seem to figure out how to get the individual menu styles to be applied to any of my java script menu items through the Deluxe Tuner. I've looked through through your documentation, but I cannot find anything that explains to me how I do this in the Deluxe Tuner. All I could find is this link: http://deluxe-menu.com/individual-item-styles-info.html
Which I don't quite fully understand, and by the looks of it, it doesn't appear to explain to me how I customize my individual menu item styles through the Deluxe Tuner.
Could you please either explain to me how to do this, or provide me a link that gives me directions on how to get this to work.
I look forward to doing business with you! A: To create Individual styles click "Edit Individual Styles..." button.
1) In the "Individual Styles" window click "Add Style", enter the name
of the new style.
2) Edit java script menu parameters of your style
4) Click "OK" button.
5) Select items (you can use Ctrl and Shift buttons to select group ofitems) and assign "Item Style"/"Submenu Style" to it. (in the "Item Parameters" window)
We are using your deluxe menu on our live site, but I have a question about the initial setup of the menu.
I need to update the site and a create a new version where the Deluxe Menu is painted, but not initially displayed until the user has been validated. We are runing the entire site from a single page with multiple iFrames. I have been using the code document.getElementById('dm0m0').style.visibility = "hidden"; to hide the menu during startup, but I would rather have the floating menu hidden initially and then displayed as the user is validated and gain access to the functionality.
So the question is: Is there a property in the data.js file - or any other file - where the menu can be hidden initially until needed? A: You can hide the menu onloaddocument.getElementById('dm0m0').style.visibility = "hidden";
And then show the floating menu when your user will be validated.Q:
Will html navigation bar work with site created using FrontPage?A: Yes, Deluxe CSS Menu will work fine with site created in Frontpage.
Add all code generated by Deluxe Tuner.
You should copy all css styles for the menu and add it into your own .css file (orcreate a new .css file for the menu and call it on your page).
Then copy all HTML code for the menu and paste it in the place where you want to have amenu.
To view css styles and html code click "View HTML" button on the Preview window in theDeluxe Tuner.