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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

once again

Poster: learner
Dated: Saturday November 9 2002 - 0:40:26 GMT

Hi All,

I posted before but I think i was not clear and I think that's why noone anwsered my question.

Well, i'm trying to set up the same menu this website is using and what im trying to do is making one header.html and one footer.html and let php includes or SSI includes insert it on all the pages. When I check header it shows fine and when i use footer.html I'm able to see the output but when I use my main index which has two includes of SSI and also I have one with PHP includes file too but both are having a same problem.

Footer is going behind the menu and not showing up. I'm going to post both of the index files and also header and footer.html links so please have a look and see if there is any fix? I know there as this site is having a samething but I think someone intelligent from this site may help me.

My two index files links are below:

Below are the links to particular file:

I hope I will get anwser this time.

Thanks for any help....


Poster: learner
Dated: Saturday November 9 2002 - 3:09:26 GMT

Seems like im having a weird problem that no one has any advice to fix for it.... :roll:

Now where should I go for help or I think I should drop the idea to use this menu but I liked it a lot and that was the reason I'm interested in using it....

Poster: Andy
Dated: Saturday November 9 2002 - 8:24:07 GMT

The menu is designed to sit on top of everything.

You need to position the objects on your page with more careful thinking and plan it around the menu.


Poster: trytrix
Dated: Saturday November 9 2002 - 12:37:32 GMT

Hi Learner (!),

The " " link displays correct !
The " " link generates faulty html-code !!

<SCRIPT language=JavaScript src="menu_array.js" type=text/javascript></SCRIPT>
<SCRIPT language=JavaScript src="mmenu.js" type=text/javascript></SCRIPT>

<table border=0 width=100%>
   <td align=left valign=top height=30><img src=images/mainlogo.png border=0></td>
   <td align=right valign=bottom height=5></td>
   <td align=left valign=top height=10><img src=images/logounderline.png border=0></td>
   <td align=right valign=bottom height=10></td>

<td align=right valign=bottom ><div><h1> welcome to</h1></div></td>
There is no second <TABLE> opening !!
You should insert at least one &nbsp; in empty cells !

I've adapted your code like this:
<title>Welcome to</title>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
<BODY BGCOLOR="#ffffff" topmargin="0" leftmargin="0" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0">
<SCRIPT language=JavaScript>
       Milonic DHTML Website Navigation Menu - Version 3.4
       Written by Andy Woolley - Copyright 2002 (c) Milonic Solutions Limited. All Rights Reserved.
       Please visit or e-mail menu3 __at__ for more information.
       The Free use of this menu is only available to Non-Profit, Educational & Personal web sites.
       Commercial and Corporate licenses  are available for use on all other web sites & Intranets.
       All Copyright notices MUST remain in place at ALL times and, please keep us informed of your
       intentions to use the menu and send us your URL.
<SCRIPT language=JavaScript src="menu_array.js" type=text/javascript></SCRIPT>
<SCRIPT language=JavaScript src="mmenu.js" type=text/javascript></SCRIPT>

<table border=1 width=100%>
<tr><td align=left valign=top height=30><img src=mainlogo.png border=1></td></tr>
<tr><td align=left valign=top height=10><img src=logounderline.png border=1></td></tr>
<tr><td align=left valign=bottom>&nbsp;<br></td></tr>
<tr><td align=left valign=bottom><h1>welcome to</h1></td></tr>
For testing purposes it's best to set the border=1.
But ... if you wish to make use of different html files (header.html & footer.html) you'll need to use frames .
Therefore .. have a look at the example on this site:

Hope this is will satisfy your requirements ??


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