Is it possibly that menu dynamic remembers the last action if I go to previous page?(so the menu stays fault out)
I know TreeMenu does this, but I want to use DeLuxeMenuA: Deluxe Menu doesn't save state as Deluxe Tree.
But you can set pressed item on each page with Deluxe Menu using
dm_ext_setPressedItem () funtion.
Find more info:
1) Go to 'Tools -> Internet Options -> Security'
2) Select Local Intranet and then press 'Custom level...' button.
3) Run ActiveX Controls and plug-ins = Enable
Automated Prompting for ActiveX Controls = Disable
I've looked through the FAQ's till my eyes burned... I know how to collapse/expand all on page load, but can't find an answer to this specific question
a user logs on, goes to the order page, uses the menu to navigate and place an order. After the order is processed through a php verification page, the user is directed back to the order page via the php header() function, with the menu still intact, and the values of the order updated.
But once the user navigates away from the order page, and then returns to complete another order, I'd like the menu items to all be collapsed.
If that's not an inherent design of your menu program, is there a variable that I can pass with the initial load that will cause a full collapse? A: No, unfortunately there is no such parameter in Deluxe Tree.
But you can try to delete
parameter from your data file and add it on your html page directly.
So, on your initial page you can set:
and on other pages you should set:
I have another question regarding the popup window. I need to use an iframe within the popup window. Is there any way I can close the onmouseover popup from the page loaded within the iframe? Something like "parent.document.getElementById('windowid').hide();". Any help would be appreciated. A: You can close the onmouseover popup using the following function:document.getElementById('win').hide();
Unfortunately it won't work if you use iframe as window content.
You open another page in the popup (in Iframe) so you cannot accessdocument.getElementById('win').hide();
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 situatedon the same page so you can access document.getElementById('win') element and hide it.
There is a workaround.
Use text as content type and add the following code inside popup:
<a onclick="document.getElementById('win').hide();">...</a> <iframe></iframe>
Your link will work in that case.