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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 - 06:07:43

Can someone look at this?

Poster: pulseguard
Dated: Friday May 20 2005 - 20:55:22 BST

I am trying to get the openmenusbyurl.js bolt on module to function. I have tried many things here and there over the past few weeks with no luck.

Can someone tell me if you can use openmenusbyurl.js with a menu in a table cell?

Additionally, if someone could take a look at the directory adressed at the top of this post and tell me what Im doing wrong that would be wonderful. The "sample" adressed above is not in a table cell, and I cannot get that to work either. I used a fresh version of the menu as you will see, and just added the openmenusbyurl.js script.

Poster: Ruth
Dated: Friday May 20 2005 - 21:44:52 BST


Although when you click the link it does take you to the url, the actual written url doesn't match the page.
is in the menu_data.js file, however if you look at the url you reach it's
Case does matter, so since the page is 1.HTM the openmenusbyurl.js module doesn't see a match with 1.htm. Being in a table cell shouldn't matter, but can you give a url for the page that has the menu in a table cell?


Poster: pulseguard
Dated: Saturday May 21 2005 - 22:55:30 BST

Very good thank you. I am now advancing to the next stage of the development, and I have gotten everything to work. I temporarily have it at (so take a look there) as I do not want to post it completely at the actual PulseGuard domain until completed. Thanks.

Poster: Ruth
Dated: Sunday May 22 2005 - 0:28:44 BST


Just a couple of things to note.

1) You have different versions of the menu on your site and theirs, just so you don't mix up the different files, they need to match.

2) You shouldn't put the menu in a div, there are some browsers that will not be happy with that and cause problems. An alternative would be to put a table for the menu between the top and bottom divs.

I like your bgimage and overbgimage. Really looks sharp.


Thank You

Poster: pulseguard
Dated: Tuesday May 24 2005 - 20:28:54 BST

I will attend to the div tag as suggested and will be certain not to mix the files up once I have a version I am satisfied with.
On a side track: The more I use this menu, the more things I find I can do with it. What a great thing. I have talked to many people about "Milonic" and everyone seems to agree that there are a billion uses for this thing. If I can imagine it used for navigation, Milonic has the awnser.
Thanks again for the help!