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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 - 06:07:04

Error on mouseover of menu object with inline frame

Poster: jbruso
Dated: Tuesday May 30 2006 - 23:52:04 BST

If you go to and mouseover the orange e-Services button in the top right, you'll notice that a script error is thrown as you mouse into the box. For the life of me, I can not debug this thing. Any ideas?

Picture of the error message

Poster: jbruso
Dated: Wednesday May 31 2006 - 0:06:56 BST



Poster: jbruso
Dated: Wednesday May 31 2006 - 0:18:10 BST

Netscape javascript console says there is no value for G??

$G has no properties??

menu files

Poster: jbruso
Dated: Wednesday May 31 2006 - 0:26:50 BST

are here:

and the code I have for that window is this...

with(milonic=new menuname("eservicestop")){      
   aI("text=`<iframe src= name=Portal_login width=300 marginwidth=0 height=150 marginheight=0 align=middle scrolling=no frameborder=0>';type=form;align=center;keepalive=1;onbgcolor=;onborder=;");

still don't know what to do with $G???

Poster: jbruso
Dated: Wednesday May 31 2006 - 18:18:04 BST

I'm sorry to be a pest about this.. if anyone has any ideas for what $G is all about and how to get rid of this javascript error, I would really appreciate it.

Poster: Andy
Dated: Wednesday May 31 2006 - 18:26:31 BST

I don't see any errors at all.

What operating system and browsers are you seeing this with?

I see it's Internet Explorer but doesn't say anything about $G not being defined.

Also, have you tried updating the code files?

Poster: jbruso
Dated: Thursday June 1 2006 - 17:30:21 BST

I know.. I don't see it on my IE 6 either.. but on most of the other IE 6 apps running on other machines here at the college.

It occurs when you mouseover the orange button and then move your mouse into the yellow box...

You should see it clearly in Netscape 7.2 with the javascript console open.. you'll see it enter the debugger.

Yes, I've updated the files to the most recent version 5.747

Poster: jbruso
Dated: Tuesday June 6 2006 - 23:17:21 BST

Were u able to see what I was tlaking about?