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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 - 06:07:20

Re: Update JS source help...

Poster: John
Dated: Tuesday April 15 2008 - 15:44:36 BST

Note that milonic_menu_code.js is simply a combo of both milonic_src.js, and mmenudom.js. You indicated you are calling all those files, which is incorrect. Adjust your menu calls to get either just the first item above, or the second and third, but not all three. Note also that if you call only the first item there will be no support for NS4, which is pretty much dead anyway. It's possibly there may be a conflict in calling all three files. If this doesn't work just come on back and we'll continue.

Re: Update JS source help...

Poster: ripnoel
Dated: Monday April 14 2008 - 17:45:13 BST


Actually, now after uploading all the new source files... I see I am still having the same problem where the submenus are still scrolling with the page when they are rolled out.

How can I either stop this scrolling or get the entire left vertical menue to scroll with the page?



Again the URL is:

PS Click the Facilities & Equipment link to see a submenue rolled out and then scroll the page...

Update JS source help...

Poster: ripnoel
Dated: Monday April 14 2008 - 16:50:22 BST


Just downloaded new 5.972 source files to update a menu I purchased last year... v5.786

I copied the .js files into my directory but now the expanding menus don't work... any ideas...?

Files I copied into my orig directory: milonic_menu_code.js, milonic_src.js, mmenudom.js, mmenuns4.js.

* Note the main reason I am upgrading is that when the expanded roll out menus in my vertical menu were rolled out they would scroll down the page with the rest of the content broken away from the fixed menu... is this problem now resolved.

URL of site in question:

Note what's posted now is using the 5.972 source.