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Taken From The Forum: Help & Support for DHTML Menu Version 5+
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Poster: heavener
Dated: Monday August 23 2004 - 18:59:02 BST

Site is located at

I put my telephone number in the menu structure (for look-and-feel consistency). Now I would like to change the cursor to the arrow (not the default pointing hand).

I tried onclass - nada. I tried to insert CSS directly in the menu item - nada. I tried to have the various menu item structures formatted in the style sheet - nada. What's left to try? How do I accomplish this miracle?

Poster: John
Dated: Monday August 23 2004 - 22:04:46 BST

One might try the menu item quick reference for 'pointer' at Some very good reading in those ref guides... :)

Already went there

Poster: heavener
Dated: Monday August 23 2004 - 23:52:21 BST

I read that page and the other two like it. That's where I got the "onclass" idea but that was a bust. Not even a sample usage. Thanks for the suggestion but I wasn't able to make much from it. That's why I posted my question. Which still leaves me with a menu I like but isn't quite functional as I wish it to be. There are a lot of menus out there, most of which I can "script kiddie" to be as useful as their limited functionality allows. I like Milonic because it seems to have a lot more -- but without some direction here, I'm lost.

Poster: Andy
Dated: Tuesday August 24 2004 - 18:33:10 BST


Try this:


This needs to go inside the aI() string for the menu item that contains your telephone number.

-- Andy

Poster: heavener
Dated: Tuesday August 24 2004 - 23:04:26 BST

Wow! That was so simple and elegant. Thanks.

Poster: TonyMontana
Dated: Monday January 3 2005 - 12:32:45 GMT


I've a similar question. Is it possible to set a custom mouse pointer? I'm using the menu to appear over a quicktime movie an it works great but due to the fact, that the quicktime movie tries to get in front the mouse pointer flickers when move the mouse on the part of the menu which is over the movie. What i want to do is to set the default mouse pointer to the quicktime pointer style (circle with a point inside)

Is there a way?

Regards Tony

Poster: TonyMontana
Dated: Monday January 3 2005 - 12:34:13 GMT

Sorry, i did not see that i can use URL's

Regards Tony