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Taken From The Forum: Archived Topics for the old Version 3.0 JavaScript Menu
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Flying-Window-Layer doesn't fly when DHTML-Menu is on the si


Poster: acb23
Dated: Wednesday May 19 2004 - 7:40:09 BST

Dear Supporters,

I want to have Milonic's Menu on a page AND a flying window (JavaScript moving a layer around on the page). But in Internet Explorer the flying window doesn't fly as soon the menu got integrated to the site. With Netscape the layer flies like hell - why not IE. (Isn't it usually the other way round - NS causes trouble you don't have with IE?)

If you like take a look at:
http://www.genobuy.de/online-redaktion/ ... _debug.htm

(it's a simple page for debugging purposes). For making life easy I added the JavaScript for the flying windows in the HTML code of the page.

My assumption is: As soon you got the DHTML-menu on your site you can't do anything else with other layers. But I hope that I'm wrong.
Please let me know, if you got a solution: abernhard __at__ dgverlag.de

Thank you very much!
Andreas C. Bernhard


Poster: John
Dated: Wednesday May 19 2004 - 14:25:00 BST

First major problem is you are using v3 of the menu (hence the Topic move) which is no longer supported and extremely outdated.

You'll need to upgrade to the new v5 series at http://milonic.com/. Read the included files as many things have changed.

Once that's done see how it goes, and come on back if you're still having rpoblems.


Poster: acb23
Dated: Thursday May 20 2004 - 12:11:28 BST

Dear John,

thank you for the hint. I'll do as advised and see how it turns out.
I appreciate very much the quick response.

Best wishes
Andreas


Poster: John
Dated: Thursday May 20 2004 - 16:15:25 BST

Thank you, Andreas. Kind words most appreciated.

We try and offer the best support around (matching the fact that this is the best DHTML menu around!).

You will find a LOT of great changes in v5, so make sure you check the docs. Stop by the v5 area if you need more help.

Yippieh!


Poster: acb23
Dated: Friday May 21 2004 - 7:30:09 BST

Dear John,

you were right - with v5 the window flies and the menu works.
And you're right - this is the best DHTML-menu I ever came across.

Have a great weekend!
Best regards,

Andreas
[No need to reply - I assume, you're a busy man.]

Re: Yippieh!


Poster: John
Dated: Friday May 21 2004 - 23:23:32 BST

acb23 wrote:[No need to reply - I assume, you're a busy man.]

Yes, I am (who isn't?), but not too busy to say, again, we really appreciate the compliments.

If you have any other problems don't hesitate to post the the v5 area. We'll be there.