Recent QuestionsQ: I have downloaded the trial version of your software and would like to know if it is possible to expand the submenu when clicking on the text of the menu option? As far as I can find the only way to expand the the submenu is to click on the + icon before the menu text.
+ "Menu Option"
I would like to click on the words menu option to expand the submenu
+ "Menu Option"
+ Option 1
+ Option 2
A: You should set the following parameter:
Q: I am currently tasked with creating a large intra-type net for our company. ( knowledge base, FAQ etc. for internal use only ).
At this time I am making plain text or table based menus and getting tired of having to add the drop menus to EVERY page individually in our little intra-web. I would like to purchase software that makes groovy looking menus, but also get the information needed to have them appear on ALL pages after editing the menu once if you know what I mean.
Unfortunately my web authoring experience is best suited to circa-1996 web pages I can hash out in notepad in my sleep. However, I have been told in order to do what I am doing I need to use CSS or styles or cascading stylesheets and not sure if your software will do that.
If I purchase this software and whip up a neat little menu, would you be able to send me information on how to include it in a css as I described above? I would essentially need to know the code or commands to have it appear in all of the pages I create, once I make the menu file. If that is something you can assist me with, I can purchase this right away.
If you don't want to create your drop menus on each page, you can try to useframes, the menu has a cross-frame mode. Also you can use aserver-side script (php, asp, vb, etc.) to generate html pages fromtemplates on your server.
Q: When doing a multi-frame frameset (1 top frame, 2 bottom frames) like this:
<frameset ID="frames" ONLOAD="getBottom()" ROWS="50, *" BORDER="0" FRAMEBORDER="no" FRAMESPACING="0">
<frame NAME="frmTop" SRC="top.htm" MARGINHEIGHT=0 MARGINWIDTH=0 SCROLLING=NO NORESIZE FRAMEBORDER="0" />
<frameset ID="bottomFrames" cols="171,*">
<frame name="frmLeft" src="left.htm" MARGINHEIGHT=0 MARGINWIDTH=0 SCROLLING=NO NORESIZE FRAMEBORDER="0"/>
<frame name="frmMain" MARGINHEIGHT=0 MARGINWIDTH=0 SCROLLING=NO NORESIZEFRAMEBORDER="0" />
And using the dm_frameinit like this:
dm_initFrame("[object]", 0, 2, 0);
it works fine in IE -> the menus are displayed exactly under the text and in the bottom right frame.
However, in Firefox, the menu drop down is displayed to the right of the top menu text, and exactly the number of pixels as the width of the left frame.
Perhaps there needs to be some FireFox checking to fix this?
Can you help me with that?
A: The problem is in a structure of your frameset.
Mozilla browsers can't determine absolute coordinates for a frame, sosubmenus drop down with an offset.
You should create the following frameset structure:
Now a top row has 2 columns and all browsers can determine awidth of the 1st column in the second row.
Q: How can I have the option for the navbar tabs that initiated the action highlighted once the new page is reloaded?
I want to highlight the tab which is done with 'bselectedItem', please tell me about thesub-tab option.
A: See you cannot create subitems in:
it is not correct.
You should set
The following parameters set the pressed items for top items andsubitems:
var bselectedItem=0; //top items
var bselectedSmItem=2; //subitems
where 0,1,2... is the index of the item in bmenuItems.
- delete var bselectedItem=1; and var bselectedSmItem=2; parameters from your data file
- set correct parameters on each page before you call data file, forexample:
var bselectedSmItem=5; </script>