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Last Updated: Thursday February 8 2018 - 06:02:43

The arrows disappear when menu is placed on new pages


Poster: tissot __at__ swirve.com
Dated: Monday April 29 2002 - 9:55:20 BST

When the menu is on the main menu page it came with it works fine. All the little arrows are there.

When I copy the menu.htm file and rename it under a diffrent directory to see if the menu will work on other pages, the direction arrows disappear.

I renamed the javascript to look in the directory where the files are kept. The menu come up but the arrows don't. I'm fairly clueless as to why?

(I hope I made sence, its late.)

Re: The arrows disappear when menu is placed on new pages


Poster: hammered17 __at__ yahoo.com
Dated: Monday April 29 2002 - 10:32:07 BST

I'm having the same problem.

Re: The arrows disappear when menu is placed on new pages


Poster: tissot __at__ swirve.com
Dated: Monday April 29 2002 - 23:29:17 BST

I got a solution to my problem. I can't use the down arrow, but I can use the side arrow and that what I really wanted.> :)

A couple examples:

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Re: The arrows disappear when menu is placed on new pages


Poster: info __at__ bernard-nizet.com
Dated: Thursday May 9 2002 - 10:43:24 BST

Hi,

Remember that when you copy a page to another directory to test It, you have to copy the sub-directory containing the pictures to display them and to give the correct path to that directory:

your directory containing the page : TheDirectory
your directory containing the pictures: ThePictures
In the directory ThePictures, your directory containing other stuff called TheStuff

In your menu, to correctly display the pictures located in one of the directories TheDirectory,ThePictures or TheStuff, you need to write:

"ThePictures/3darrow_down.gif", (if located in directory ThePictures)
"ThePictures/TheStuff/3darrow_down.gif" (if located in sub directory TheStuff)
"3darrow_down.gif" (if located in directory TheDirectory)


Hope this can help

bern