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MENU EXAMPLES


Click here to download and build your own.

We can also:

  • Use menus over flash objects and form elements.
  • Use multiple menus in the same page.
  • Use two flexible ways to position your menus:
    - using window coordinates
    - attaching the menu to any table cell inside the page.
  • Use menus in Shared Borders, Templates and Libraries.
  • Create menus for use inside framed web sites where the sub-menus will appear where you want them to appear.
  • Specify an alternative URL (without a menu) to open when a user has an older browser that does not support DHTML and Javascript (optional).
  • Design both horizontal and vertical menus and use static or animated images for both the background and content.
  • Create effects by assigning different values to the item properties for three different item states: "Normal", "Mouse Over" and "Mouse Click" item states.
  • Position the menu anywhere on the screen and keep the menu visible in the same position while scrolling (The menu drifts on scroll across the screen so its always visible).
  • Specify Javascript Commands to be executed when clicking on menu items.
  • Specify Javascript Commands to be executed when a submenu appears/disappears or even when the Main Menu appears/disappears.
  • Use both vertical and horizontal submenus in any possible combination.
  • Use Titles on submenus and allow the user to drag the menu from its Title to a position anywhere on the screen. Try it! Click and drag any of the "Travel" titles above.
  • Choose "How", "When" and "Where" the submenus open.
  • Use "Distances between menu items" and assign a "Statusbar Text" for each item.



 

 

 

 

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