Prototype Js Menu Ajax by Deluxe-Menu.com
Prototype Js Menu Ajax

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Prototype Js Menu Ajax Javascript Horizontal Menu Examples

Features

Compatibility              
  • Full cross-browser compatibility including IE, Netscape, Mozilla, Opera, Firefox, Konqueror and Safari on Windows, Mac OS and Linux
  • Menu can be populated from a database using ASP, PHP, etc.
  • Search engine friendly
  • Support for any doctypes
  • Fits for secure sites
  • Section 508 compliant
Professional Look-n-feel
  • Entirely customizable look-n-feel
  • A lot of pre-designed prototype js menu ajax samples
  • Hundreds of visual effects
  • Custom CSS styles can be applied for all menu settings
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High Performance
  • AJAX menu loading - loads web menu data from the server "on-the-fly".
  • Commonly loads quicker than other html page elements
  • UL/LI items structure
  • Runs well with an unlimited number of submenus and items
Seamless Integration
  • Cross-frame support - menus work on frameset-based pages
  • Visible over flash, select boxes, iframes, java applets
  • Multiple menus on the same page
  • Amicable to other scripts and css styles
  • Any HTML code can be used inside menu items
Unrivalled Features
  • Scrollable, dragable, floating, right-click menus
  • Keyboard navigation - press Ctrl+F2 to enter the menu
  • Unique Java Script API for altering menu "on-the-fly", without page reloading
  • AJAX technology - loads menu data from the server "on-fly and on-demand".
  • Search feature - add the search area in the menu and type symbols. The found words will be higlighted.
  • Sound support!



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Javascript Menu. DHTML Menu.

  • Use a mouse to move a menu as a usual window. Also you can create the menu where each submenu can be "separated" from the menu (MS Office toolbar-like mode).
  • When the page is scrolled the menu remains visible. The menu can "float" along one or two coordinate axes.
  • There can be multilevel menus - create as many rows of the menu as necessary. Any submenu in its turn can include different number of columns.

Recent Questions

Q: Drop down menus I have created with your product DHTML Tuner don't look too good in FireFox... is there something I can do different or do you have a newer/better solution that would work for both IE and FireFox?

A: And what exact problems do you have in Firefox? Actually Deluxe Menu works fine inFirefox. But notice that filters and transitional effect are supported by IE5.5.5+ only.

http://deluxe-menu.com/filters-and-effects-sample.html


Q: Suppose if I get the single user license, then I see I wont be able to see the javascript code. If I have to handle events like clicking a tab or hover over a tab, how do I do it for the tab menu javascript?

A: Actually there is no need to change our source code to handle these events.
Actually you can use your own Javascript code instead standard links and html code inside item text. For example:

  var bmenuItems = [
["text", "javascript:your_code_here"]
];

or

  var bmenuitems = [
["<div onClick='urlSubstitution(\'transco/sheet.asp?stype=1\')'>Table of Contents</div>", ""]
];



Q: I replaced the code you suggested and I downloaded the current version of Deluxe-Tuner. I also removed the Javascript roll-overs I had elsewhere on the page and created the text.

I still get 'Error on page' when I hover over the first java scrolling menu item.

Please help! I need to buid this site out by Monday.

A: Now you have several errors in your data file:

  var menuBackColor="f9f9ec";

You should write:
  var menuBackColor="#f9f9ec";

The following parameters cannot be empty:
  var menuBorderWidth="0";
  var itemBorderWidth="0";

It is not correct to write the java scrolling menu parameter in the following way:
  var itemBorderStyle=["1px","1px"];

You should write:
  var itemBorderStyle=["none","none"];

If you want to add borders in the subitems you should write:
  var itemBorderWidth="1";
  var itemBorderColor=["#c59d1f","#c59d1f"];
  var itemBorderStyle=["solid","solid"];

And to remove border from the top items you should create Individualstyle and assign it to the top items:
  var itemStyles = [
["itemBorderWidth=0","itemBorderStyle=none,none"],
];

["","", "/images/nav_OFF_01.gif", "/images/nav_ON_01.gif", "", "","0", "", "", "", "", ], //assign style 0
["","", "/images/nav_OFF_02.gif", "/images/nav_ON_02.gif", "", "", "0", "", "", "", "", ], //assign style 0
...



Q: > You should call the following function:
> dtreet_ext_getItemIDByIndex (0, 12)
> where 12 - is index of the item.

How would I know that 12 is the index of the item? How is itemInd different from its itemID? I assume the menuInd is always 0 for the first menu (or only in my case) menu on a page?


A: Yes, menuInd is the number of the menu on your page (in your casemenuInd=0).

itemInd is the number of the item in your menuItems, for example:

  var tmenuItems =
[
["Home", "http://deluxe-tree.com", "icon1_t.gif", "icon1_to.gif","", "Home Page Tip","_blank"],//itemInd=0

["<img src='data_files/images/sep.gif' width=113 height=1>"],//itemInd=1

["+What's New<br><span id='letter'>This is pretty cool. I need to buy this deluxe menu</span>", "", "icon2_t.gif", "icon2_to.gif", "", "Product Info Tip"],//itemInd=2
 ["|What's New", "testlink.htm", ""], //itemInd=3
 ["|Features", "testlink.htm", ""], //itemInd=4
 ["|Installation", "testlink.htm", ""], //itemInd=5
 ["|Functions", "testlink.htm", ""], //itemInd=6
 ["|Supported Browsers", "testlink.htm", ""], //itemInd=7
["Samples", "", "icon3_t.gif", "icon3_to.gif", "", "Samples Tip"], //itemInd=8
 ["|Sample 1", "testlink.htm", ""], //itemInd=9
 ["|Sample 2", "testlink.htm", ""], //itemInd=10
 ["|Sample 3", "", ""], //itemInd=11
   ["||New Sample 1", "testlink.htm", ""],//itemInd=12
   ["||New Sample 2", "testlink.htm", ""],//itemInd=13