I would like all my submenus of the html menu to appear in the same location on the page and not relative to the parent menu item.A: You can do it using the following parameters:
var subMenuAlign = "left"; - Horizontal alignment for submenus.
"pleft", "pcenter", "pright" - alignment relative to the parent submenu.
var subMenuVAlign = "top"; - Submenus vertical alignment.
"ptop", "pcenter", "pbottom" - alignment relative to the parent submenu.
Is it possible that when a main button on the home page is clicked and the viewer goes to the subpage, that the navbar will expand to the correct subpage submenu? For example, I click on Agent and when the subpage loads the submenu is expanded under Agent.
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Unfortunately it won't work if you use iframe as window content.
You open another page in the popup (in Iframe) so you cannot access
element which is situated on the first page.
When you use text or object_id as window content the content of the popup will be situated
on the same page so you can access document.getElementById('win') element and hide it.
There is a workaround for Iframe.
Use text as content type and add the following code inside popup:
<a onclick="document.getElementById('win').hide();">...</a> <iframe></iframe>Q:
Can I replace your button graphic with my button graphic?
Is there any problem in integrating your software into Microsoft Expression Web? A: > Can I replace your button graphic with my button graphic?
Yes, of course. You can use your own images in the menu.
Please, try the trial version.
Use Deluxe Tuner application to create your menu.
> Is there any problem in integrating your software into Microsoft Expression Web?
1. open the page in your program
2. open html source code of the page
3. add several rows of code (<script> tags), For info see: