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:
It appears that this product only supports IE (on the PC and Mac). It does not support Safari or Netscape on any platform. Is that correct?
I ask because I like the product and would like to purchase the developer\'s license but our users represent a wide range of platforms and browsers. A: DHTML products support a major part of modern browsers:
Also they support MAC browsers: Safari, IE, Firefox.
But DHTML Menu has some problems on this browsers with a submenuspositioning in some cases.
If you can't see Tree Menu in Firefox you should set these parameters:
Try to specify units in "px".
var tmenuWidth = "280px";
It's necessary to specify exact value for Mozilla browsers. It helpsto position menus correctly.
You should set this parameter:
var tmenuHeight = "auto";
Need the pricing text in the second-level css menu to be individually styled - ie needs to have colour change and float/align left. A: You can use any html code for your menu items, so you can try to writeyour menuItems in the following way:
["|Company Registration - <span style='color: #AAA'> $537,50</span>","#", "", "", "", "", "", "", "", "", ],Q:
I have been evaluating your dhtml-tree product, for a potential use.
It does just about every thing I want apart from 1 thing:
I want each css dropdown menu item to (optionally) support the following syntax:
<a href="menu_link.html" onClick="return fnClickedLinked()">Menu Link</a>
However I want the above syntax, where search engines can pick up the link and if my function returns false, the link is not followed when clicked.
Is this possible?
Or can I cancel the link navigation using the tree API node click event?? A: Actually you can add the html code inside item's text:
["|<a href="menu_link.html" onClick="return fnClickedLinked()">Menu Link</a>","", "", "", "", "Tip", "", "", "", "", ],
You can also try to use API function:
function dtreet_ext_userClick (itemID)