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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 - 06:07:18


Poster: smurfke666
Dated: Saturday January 14 2006 - 14:48:36 GMT

I dont know how to make my problem clear in this forum,
so I visualized it :D


I thought it had something to do with the headerboarder property,
but I've tried putting this property quite everywhere, but I still can't find any changes to this submenu.. :cry:

Is it possible to help me or am I just asking too much?

I've read the page with the border properties, Ruth :D (before this answer comes, :D )

Greetings, and keep up the good work 8) !

Poster: Ruth
Dated: Saturday January 14 2006 - 16:29:01 GMT

Hi Smurfie :)

I really have to see the menu to see what's going on and why the headerborder is not working. You should be able to put the code in the style, or in the item itself. If you put it in the style it will apply to all headers, if you put it in the item it will apply to the item.

The other option you can try is to use a separator for that item, you'd put separatorcolor=whatevercolor;separatorsize=whateversize in the aI string of that item. Since it's a vertical menu, if nothing happens try adding separatorwidth=100%; to the aI with the other codes.


Poster: smurfke666
Dated: Sunday January 15 2006 - 12:23:35 GMT


Thanks a lot :D

This did the trick: adding separatorsize="1" to the aI that needed it :D
never thought of using this before :P

Thanks a lot! :D

problem solved, :D , case closed :D ...

Poster: Ruth
Dated: Sunday January 15 2006 - 13:28:53 GMT

:D Terrific.

I forgot to mention for anyone doing a search on borders, to use headerborder the item must be type=header; and the headerborder code is e.g. headerborder=1px solid #ffffff ;