Mouseover "QUICK LINKS" at the top. The bottom java menu navigation item is falling behind the mainnav table.
It works fine in FireFox. Any suggestions? A: Try to add a high z-index for the DIV with top menu, for example:
<DIV id=containerHeaderNav style="POSITION: absolute; z-index:50;">
I'd like to create a tabbed menu which has about 9 or 10 main tabs.
I'd like to conserve the horizontal space, and wrap the menu after 4 or 5 tabs to have two rows of main tabs. Some tabs have sub menus, some don't.
The first main tab has about 10 items, and I'd like the user to be able to click on that main tab to see the 10 items.
I was going along splendidly with tab mode on. Then I get too far to the right and want to wrap.
hence that is why I want two rows, and apparently need to add the $ to wrap the menu around to a second row.
Do I need to use two tab menus to accomplish this? A: This doesn't work in TabMode=1.
I suppose that it will be better to use two menus on the page.
I am creating my website on Frontpage. When I put my drop down menu in the centre of the page, it will be in the explorer browsers in the centre of the page, but when I look at other browers it isn't in the centre but on theright. I cant fix the problem. I cant find it. A: Try to set exact width for the menu in "px":
Can you provide an example of how to dynamically change the menu items at runtime for the dropdown menus?
2)Generate your menu items dynamically from database.
Unfortunately we don't have working example with ASP.
You may generate a menu from a database or XML using any server-side script, e.g., PHP, ASP, VB, etc.
you should move parameters of a menu from a .js file into an html-page, e.g.:
<!-- Deluxe Menu -->
<!-- (c) 2008, http://deluxe-menu.com -->
// and describe parameters of a menu
var menuItems = [
// here you generate items using server-side scripts (php, asp, vb, etc.)
The example of the menu working with PHP/MYSQL you can find here: