How does the SiteMap function work in java menu software? Does it automatically create tree-view from the domain registration (License Key Generator)? We want to generate SiteMap from our domain automatically and save it as HTML to be displayed on our homepage.A: You can create Sitemap for your menu using java menu software.
Tools/Generate Google XML Sitemap
> We want to generate SiteMap from our domain automatically and save it
> as HTML to be displayed on our homepage.
There is no such a feature in Deluxe Menus, you can create sitemap forthe menu only.
I am using the tree menu script in a frameset, and I would like for the selected menu branch to stay highlighted after the user moves the mouse to another window(where the menu brings up a new page),just so the user knows where he/she is.
Is that possible? A: But if you open links in the another frame (window) the initial frame with your menu isnot reloaded, so the clicked item will be highlighted.
You should set the following parameters:
You can also set the following parameter to save menu state:
If you install the menu without frames. On your pages you should call the following function/functions to expand/highlight items, for example:
dtreet_ext_expandItem (dtreet_ext_getItemIDByIndex (0, 0), 1);
dtreet_ext_setPressedItem (0, dtreet_ext_getItemIDByIndex (0, 1));
See more info about API functions here:
var menuItems = [
I am using the dhtml-tabs code. I have 2 tabs that I use for a basic form and an advanced form. The advanced form is on the second tab. When I submit, I get results. When I click the back button, the selected drop menu bar tab is the first one, and not the second. Is there a way to configure the tabs to be persistent or sticky. Such that clicking on the back button will result on being on the second tab, which was the last tab before going to a new page? A: You can try to use the following function:
To open your second tab.