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Taken From The Forum: Help & Support for DHTML Menu Version 5+
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Last Updated: Thursday February 8 2018 - 06:02:35

Features Request : Milonic 4


Poster: Anonymous
Dated: Monday December 30 2002 - 10:53:48 GMT

Hello, while using your menu three ideas came to our mind :

That's why we'd like to submit these propositions, concerning your menu, it would be fine if their answers could be part of the 4th version of the Milonic Menu.

The first is :
We would like to place the menu on the right of a table (or align it in the center), now it appears always on the left, we can use remedies to make it appear on the right on a page, but it would be fine if it was a simple option.

The second is :
When the menu is displayed vertically, the sub-menus appear on the right, or on the left if there is not enough space on the right. Is it possible to make the sub-menu appear between the menu item, and the next menu item ? (in smaller area ?)
In other words, it would act as a collapsible menu like this one : http://devedge.netscape.com/toolbox/exa ... fancy.html
web : http://devedge.netscape.com/toolbox/exa ... ibleLists/

The third is :
We would like the styles of the menu items be defined using CSS. Thus we wouldn't have to open the menu_array.js file once it is generated. It would be easier to modify the menu styles using Dreamweaver.

Thank you very much for regarding our requests ,


Poster: Andy
Dated: Thursday May 22 2003 - 23:02:51 BST

Version 4.0 of the menu can now be embeded within a table. The alignment of the table will determine the position of the menu. The only problem we encountered was inevitably with Netscape 4.0. With this browser you need a small snippet of code. More on this, and a demo, will be posted soon.

The collapsible menu will be build using a bolt-on module, this is the theory anyway. If we have done our homework properly it should be quite straightforwrd, again more on this to follow

The menu now allows for onclass and offclass so should make life easier for Dreamweaver

Cheers
Andy