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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

Can i offset the menu, when its centered


Poster: FroZeNSouL
Dated: Tuesday December 2 2003 - 21:15:59 GMT

Hi im a nubie,
wanted to know if u can offset the menu, when its centered.

my site is centered, so the menu need to be,
so you can resize the window, and it will aways been in the right position.
But the place where my menu is, needs to be just off center.

HERE is the url

PLEASE HELP!


Poster: DMLCo
Dated: Tuesday December 2 2003 - 22:52:53 GMT

Yes.

Use a combination of two properties:

screenposition="center";
left="offset=-50";

That would make the menu alwas appear 50 px to the left of center.

That said, see my post above for problems with this ...

-Daniel

OHH MY...THANX


Poster: FroZeNSouL
Dated: Thursday December 4 2003 - 21:32:30 GMT

8O :o oooooooooohhhhh thanx!!!!
oh thanx so much looks kick ass now,
http://lineage.xerohosting.co.uk/NEWSITE.php

im sure ive tried somethin before like that,
but it just fadged up!
coz it does look very logical!

BUT ANY WHO, THANX :D
if u want me to link to ur site i will
TANX AGAIN!

just need to darken the blue of the back ground now,
just wish there was a list of colours in code,
.......can u do it in PSP8?


Poster: DMLCo
Dated: Thursday December 4 2003 - 23:43:39 GMT

If you are looking just for websafe colors, try

http://www.visibone.com/colorlab/

-Daniel
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Re: OHH MY...THANX


Poster: kevin3442
Dated: Tuesday December 16 2003 - 0:40:27 GMT

FroZeNSouL wrote:...just need to darken the blue of the back ground now, just wish there was a list of colours in code, .......can u do it in PSP8?

In PSP, you can define or select the color you want in the Color dialog box. Toward the bottom of that dialog, you'll see a field named "HTML code" that contains the HTML definition of the color you selected. You can copy that code directly into a menu color property.

Kevin