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Taken From The Forum: Archived Topics for the old Version 3.0 JavaScript Menu
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Last Updated: Wednesday July 18 2012 - 06:07:38

FrontPage Shared Borders ... again!

Poster: stefrobb __at__
Dated: Thursday May 16 2002 - 13:32:18 BST

Hi all,

I'm having problems getting the menu to work in FrontPage Shared Borders, as you can guess!

I'm using v3.4.03 which, according to the FAQ, should support Shared Borders, although there's no details and no example. This is in FP2000.

I've read back through the forum and seen at least one possible solution involving `include' pages.

Are there any FrontPage authored sites out there using Shared Borders with the menu in place?

I have a (horizontal) menu which works OK within a table on a single page but when I place the working code into the `_top' shared border it never appears. Is there a definitive solution to the shared borders problem?

Ta muchly,

Re: FrontPage Shared Borders ... again!

Poster: Andy
Dated: Thursday May 16 2002 - 13:40:11 BST

Inside the mmenu.js file is a parameter called loadWait.

It's default is zero - If you chage this to one the menu should work with Shared Borders.

So change loadWait=0 to loadWait=1;


Re: FrontPage Shared Borders ... again!

Poster: stefrobb __at__
Dated: Thursday May 16 2002 - 15:00:48 BST

Fabulous, ta!

I've had to adjust my references to the down/right arrow images to be absolute and include non-breaking spaces to avoid word-wrap but everything seems to be OK now.

It does seem to take quite a while to render the page but that's probably not the fault of the menu!


top shared border

Poster: Anonymous
Dated: Monday May 20 2002 - 4:43:34 BST uses top shared borders with the vertical menu and it is fine in IE but not working reliably in Netscape and giving me a problem on an .asp page in IE.