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Taken From The Forum: Help & Support for DHTML Menu Version 5+
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Last Updated: Saturday July 14 2012 - 06:07:05

Menu Graphic 'Active/Selected' mode vs Mouseover

Poster: InfernoCruiser
Dated: Saturday October 11 2003 - 0:29:12 BST ... index.html
This is a test site, and will only be available for about 12 hours (sorry - no other options available at this time).
If you select either the "Our Services" or "the JDJ Team" links, a second vertical menu appears to the left side of those pages. As you scroll down the menu items, the small hollow diamond graphic goes solid. After selecting an item, however, that graphic reverts back to the hollow graphic. How can I make the diamond graphic stay solid next to the menu item that has been selected on that page?

Poster: Maz
Dated: Saturday October 11 2003 - 5:02:26 BST

I can't help, it doesn't work in my browser.
mac ie5.1.7

Poster: John
Dated: Saturday October 11 2003 - 5:21:32 BST

I see no sub menus at all appearing on your page. You have none defined in your data file, so I can't see what you've tried to do with the code.

Poster: InfernoCruiser
Dated: Sunday October 12 2003 - 14:46:25 BST

Thanks Maz & John. Andy answered outside of the forum and everything is good.
Thanks, Andy!

Poster: Hergio
Dated: Tuesday October 14 2003 - 3:38:49 BST

What was the answer? I am guessing he told you to use pageimage but its just a hunch. Enlighten us!

Poster: InfernoCruiser
Dated: Tuesday October 14 2003 - 11:09:50 BST

That was it. I guess it's simple when you've used it once.

Poster: Hergio
Dated: Wednesday October 15 2003 - 5:40:07 BST

You will find that this Milonic DHTML Menu is super easy to use. The options and features are easy to implement, hes got a decent listing on the website of possible properties you can set on a menu (especially considering its still in development), and you got a great support forum to help you. Its the best DHTML menu around! As you use the menu more you will get really familiar with the menu's abilities. Also we are workin on a menu builder once the menu is finalized to make it easier for those people without the code-skillz to edit the menu quickly. Glad we could help you!