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|nidron on Dec 19, 2004 at 5:24:46 AM||No Rating|
|gah, couldn't get the code to show...|
DIV ID="d1" onmouseover="show(this,ds1);" class="menu1"
DIV ID="ds1" CLASS="submenu" STYLE="display:none" onmouseover="show(this,dc1);"
DIV ID="dc1" CLASS="childmenu" STYLE="display:none"
|nidron on Dec 19, 2004 at 5:21:48 AM||No Rating|
|To get the d1, d2, d3 horizontal I used a simple stylesheet where I define the three menues differently because of the different positions.|
Unt now for my question... I want to use childmenues, and it works pretty good.
But when the mouseover on submenu1(ds1) shows the childmenu(dc1) the submenu disappears. How come? And what should I do to make submenu1 stay visable until you click on the childmenu1?
|Pixelative on Oct 5, 2002 at 7:32:59 PM||Rating: 4|
Thanks for that script. I love the simplicity of it.
It displays fine in IE6 but not at all in either Opera 6.1, Netscape 6.2 or the latest download of Mozilla.
Is there any way around this?
|lenv on Oct 4, 2002 at 5:19:07 AM||Rating: 4|
Very useful indeed, and the first time I created menus. Just one question: How do I get the menus to appear to the right hand side of an object, like and IMG tag? It always appears below the IMG tag and I need to modify it to apprear horizontally, but to the right of the IMG tag.
|cgisackson on Jan 4, 2002 at 8:16:48 AM||Rating: 4|
The source for the menu will not produce the expected result unless you replace all the <DIV> tags with <SPAN> tags as shown below:
<SPAN ID="d2" onmouseover="show(this,ds2);" class="menu">XML</SPAN>
<SPAN ID="d3" onmouseover="show(this,ds3);" class="menu">Other</SPAN>
Otherwise this is a nice sample.
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