I have a question regarding your java dropdown menu. I am evaluating them in order to assess their functionality.
My menu will often have many items, say 100 or so. I would like them to display horizontally, like a grid so they are all visible on one page. Also, they should run alphabetically down each column, then to the next column like a telephone book, not across.
Is this possible with your java dropdown menu?A: Yes, it's possible, please see an example:
I have been trying for months to find an answer to my submenu problem using your FAQ and Recent Questions.
The only thing that comes close to an answer is from one of your Recent Questions below, but I don't understand the answer. Will you please give me specific code or info to fix? Please refer to my frameset code and data.js info, which I've provided further down this message.
I am using cross frame menu dropdown. I have three frames: Top, Left and main (middle).
Try to add additional frame in your top frame with the same width asyour left frame has:
Hi, I bought the deluxe menu system off you guys and there's a crippling bug in it for the new google chrome browser. Basically, the whole drop-down menu system is displayed in one shot. It's your guy's menu system, and funny enough it is for a health firm in downtown vancouver.
We need this fixed ASAP! A: You should use latest version of Deluxe Menu. We've fixed all bugs with Google Chrome browser in it.
You can download latest installation package from the same link in your license message.Q:
We recently started using the Deluxe Menu with Multiple Website License
I have a question when I tried creating a google sitemap xml using java menu creator.
All I get is a sitemap for the home page? Would the Deluxe Menu have anything do with the sitemap generators not being able to crawl all the other pages on the site? A: Deluxe Menu will generate sitemap using links in your menu only.