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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 - 06:07:06

no menu.. only the link to milonic. help mee :!:

Poster: digtokiller
Dated: Tuesday January 5 2010 - 20:52:35 GMT

Hello all i tryed the menu and i only got a link to milonic.. no full menu..
link to site:
and i upload a zip file with all the files it says that i need.
please help

Re: no menu.. only the link to milonic. help mee :!:

Poster: Ruth
Dated: Thursday January 7 2010 - 23:26:53 GMT


If your site qualifies for a free license, and you intend to use the menu free of charge, you are required to link back to the Milonic site from each page that uses the menu. This is why the menu will automatically add a link in your first menu item if there isn't one present on the page. Links can be in the form of discreet text links at the bottom of the page or eye catching images, how you implement the link is entirely up to you, the only criteria is that the link is visible from the page. Once this link has been added the forced evaluation menu item will disappear. So all you have to do to remove the evaluation item is include a link pointing to somewhere on all your web pages that are using the menu. Please note, the link needs to point to the precise location of and the text is to read "DHTML JavaScript Menu By "

Here is information on setitng up the free license, so you can show the license for your url

So, if you place a text link at the bottom of the page like this <a href=>DHTML Javascript Menu Courtesy of</a> That forced link will disappear. The reason for this link is that it allow Milonic to continue the policy of free licensing for qualified pages, i.e. charities, personal pages, and so on.

Hope this helps.