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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 - 06:07:18

Frames, help please

Poster: Googolplex
Dated: Thursday November 7 2002 - 19:50:36 GMT


I am trying to use the menu in a frameset (top/buttom), but although I set it up exactly like the sample shown (except the side), I keep getting the error: Frames_Left_Offset is not defined.

Doed anyone know what I should do?

PS. I am NO expert as you can see :cry:

Poster: trytrix
Dated: Thursday November 7 2002 - 20:52:02 GMT


Did you set
Frames_Top_Offset=0     // Frames Page Adjustment for Top
Frames_Left_Offset=100 // Frames Page Adjustment for Left
In your xxxx_array.js file ?

You can play around with the values assigned to both offsets.


(Hit me at )

Poster: Googolplex
Dated: Thursday November 7 2002 - 21:11:42 GMT

No, I missed that one and now it works, thank you :mrgreen:

BTW, how come these two lines doesn't appear in the menu_array.js that you can download and only in the *.js at the frames sample (ie. what function do they have?).

Once more, THANKS!

Poster: gabrnik
Dated: Wednesday June 18 2003 - 10:00:01 BST


I have a huge problem with menus. I'm using frames, and it works fine, EXCEPT that my menus in top frame go all the way till the right edge of the page, and when submenu opens in main frame, it goes out of the page, and then the bottom (vertical) scroller apears :(

I have set Frames_left_offset to 100, and it's good that way for all menu items, EXCEPT for the last two ones. I'd like to set Frames_letf_offset to a smaller value for ONLY that two items, but I don't know how to do that :(, because it seems like that value can b set only once, and then it works the same for all items.

Help would be very appreciated