I am interested in your dhtml menu product, I did not see any examples using a target attribute for the url, i.e.
<a href=http://yoursite.com/ target-"_blank">
Also if this is supported if you could send me an example of how to configure this... A: You should use the following parameter
var itemTarget = "_self";
Please, see also individual items targets, for example:
["|Features","testlink.html", "default.files/icon2.gif", "default.files/icon2o.gif", , "_blank", , , , ],
Change "_blank" to "" or to "_self".
Is it possible to populate a drop down menu trees from a mysql database?
If so do you have an example please before I go ahead and try/purchase. A: Unfortunately we don't have working example.
Only this example:
You can use trial version to test the menu at first. Trial version has full functionalityexcept "Trial Version" nag.Q:
This is probably a really basic question, but I was wondering if
your dhtml menu maker makes it possible to determine the direction of the
drop down menu. In other words, my menu is at the bottom of the page
and I want the drop down list to actually go "up," not down.
Is that possible with your software?A: Yes it is possible.
You should use the following parameter
var subMenuVAlign="top"; //downward
var subMenuVAlign="bottom"; //upward
var subMenuAlign="left"; //from left to right
var subMenuAlign="right"; //from right to left
I need to include background images for my navigation, so I put them in the same folder where the "data.js" file can be found. I am using the deluxe tuner in order to call these files and it looks great in the preview. As soon as I save the file and load it in the browser, the background images are missing.
Your solution refers to creating absolute paths using
var pathPrefix_img = "http://domain.com/images/";
I have implemented this solution but I still think the problem persists. A: Now you set pathPrefix parameter:
var pathPrefix_img = "http://www.domain/folder/menudir/dataAlumni.files/";
And you have such images paths, for example:
So you have such paths for arrows:
It is not right.
You should write your paths so:
Please, correct it.