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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 - 06:02:14

I can't get it working!!!!!!

Poster: Rob_4444
Dated: Thursday February 12 2004 - 23:54:20 GMT

Hi there

It is's been a long day...I've lost the plot!!...PLEASE can someone help me?

I've downloaded V5 today (it looks absolutley BRILLIANT on other peoples sites that i've just been and looked at) and have been trying for hours on end to try and get the menu to be visable.

This link will take you to a page (i've tried many) that came within the zip file

I have got all the menu items that the readme file/instruction file tells me to upload in main directory (root?) with the page (menu.htm).

The bottom of the browser window states that there's a problem on the page. I presume this is it!

This is my first attemp at posting a I hope it works and someone can wave a magic wand whilst I go and get some (well earned...I think not!) sleep.

Many thanks in anticipation of someone helping me!

Poster: kevin3442
Dated: Friday February 13 2004 - 1:18:08 GMT

Hi Rob,

Congratulations on your first post ever! Let me be the first to reply to you ever.

I don't know why, but there appears to be a difference between the mmenudom.js file you uploaded, and the one that should come with the download from Yours has extra stuff in it that shouldn't be there (how it got there... beats me... did you perhaps open the mmendom.js file in a wysiwyg application that you use to develop your site?).

Try downloading the .zip from milonic again, then upload the three menu script files to your site's root: milonic_src.js, mmenudom.js, and mmenuns4.js. If you have a choice in the software that you use to upload, you should upload the file as text.

Let us know how that goes.


Poster: Rob_4444
Dated: Friday February 13 2004 - 8:57:38 GMT

Kevin...You are an absolute STAR!!!

Thank you so much for your super quick response! I really appreciate it. I've no idea how you worked it out!..........In all honesty, I did not knowingly open up ANY of the .js files. If I had I would not have altered any of them until I had at least got the menu up and running.

I have NEVER had such a great start to Friday 13th!!

Anyway, feels like Christmas - Can't stay chatting....I've got a new toy to play with.

Thanks a million, once again Kevin.

ps - I hope my second post, if required, is as useful (and as quick) as yours. Thanks.