Recent QuestionsQ: Can Deluxe menus work with tables?
A: Yes, you can place your menu into the <div> or <table> tag.
Q: I would like to create my own jpeg images and use them as the mouseover-items in the top level cascading menu. I am not talking about the backround. I mean the actual upfront button. I seem to be locked into the size which is the default and would like to change it to width = 180px and height = 45px for each item in the menu. Is there any way to do that?
A: You should create Individual Style and assign it for all top items.
var itemStyles = [
var menuItems = [
["Home","testlink.html", "", "", "", "", "0", "", "", ],
["Product Info","", "deluxe-menu.files/icon1.gif", "deluxe-menu.files/icon1o.gif", "", "", "0", "", "", ],
Q: I downloaded the trial version and gave it a run.
I cannot get thebackground color of the menu to change – it this a limitation of the trail version or a bug?
A: No, it is not the limitation.
Please, set these parameters:
Here is why I am asking this:
We have a main "corporate" web site, which is going to use the Deluxe Menu. One of the links on the main site will launch a page, which is running on a separate web server (physically separate server, and not a load-balancing scenario). Since all of these pages should look identical to the users, they all have to use the exact same configuration and look&feel in Deluxe Menu. I was wondering if any "configuration" type settings are stored on the server. In other words, would we have to maintain the Deluxe Menu install on two separate servers?
A: There is no need to install anything on your server. You should onlycopy a folder with all engine files (dmenu.js, dmenu_add.js, ...) anddata file on your server. Then you should call these files on yourpages, for example:
> In other words, would we have to
> maintain the Deluxe Menu install on two separate servers?
Actually you can copy deluxe menu files on the one server only anduse absolute paths.