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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 - 06:02:18

A separator image


Poster: pthawkes
Dated: Friday December 5 2003 - 16:48:38 GMT

Am I correct in assuming that the separatorimage property on the itempoperties page is still in development or does not work in Version 5 yet??? Or if it is working I can't get it to work.

Do I put the separatorimage property here:

aI('text=Menu;showmenu=;url=http:\\...etc;separatorimage=/MenuSeparator.gif;')

Or do I put it here:


with(menuStyle1=new mm_style()){
onbgcolor="8CB2D6";
oncolor="ffebdc";
offbgcolor="#D6EBFF";
offcolor="#18344A";
bordercolor="White";
borderstyle="solid";
borderwidth=1;
separatorcolor="white";
separatorsize="2";
separatorimage="/MenuSeparator.gif";
padding=5;
fontsize="12px";
fontstyle="normal";
fontfamily="Arial,Verdana, Tahoma";
pagecolor="#18344A";
pagebgcolor="#D6EBFF";
headercolor="#000000";
headerbgcolor="#ffffff";
subimage="/images/LF1/MenuArrowRight.gif";
subimagepadding="2";
overfilter="Fade(duration=0.1);Alpha(opacity=100);"
}

Thanks in Advance
Paul


Poster: kevin3442
Dated: Tuesday December 16 2003 - 0:13:15 GMT

Hi Paul,

The separatorimage property does indeed work. You can put it either place you mentioned... either in the menu style definition or in any individual menu item definition. Many "appearance" related properties can be defined as menu style propertied or as menu item properties. If you want to set such a property for an entire menu, or set of menus, then you can do so in a style and apply that style to the menu(s) you want to affect. But you can also override the style setting on a per-item basis, by assigning an alternative value in an aI() menu item definition.

Perhaps in your case you simply have the path to the image file wrong (by using the slash before the filename). Just a guess...

Hope that helps,

Kevin