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Tonyf
post Dec 2 2005, 08:57 AM
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Hi,

Is it possible to have a menu system like this where the submenu downs down horizontally then has a vertical drop down after that if required?

http://www.kelloggcompany.com/kelloggco/index.html
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Tonyf
post Dec 2 2005, 09:13 AM
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I've figured it out now thanks... very easy in the end!
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post Dec 18 2005, 12:14 PM
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Hm... Well, seems very interesting tongue.gif

I did a somewhat exhaustive search in the forum, and haven't found any request like this, so here it goes: Windows XP Tree-Like menu (just like the ones in the sidebar) happy.gif


It can be done with simple javascript, but I wanted something more animated, still not requiring Flash. I heard that the Apycom controls can do it, but I did love this contest, so I'm giving it a try... If you can't do it, I'll get a free copy biggrin.gif

That DHTML menu can be found here:
http://www.dhtml-menu.com/tree-examples/tree-menuxp.html
(Terribly sorry for posting a competitor's address... But I really need to find out if yours is better! They don't have a GUI dry.gif )

Nice work so far... Keep it up! wink.gif
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post Dec 18 2005, 11:24 PM
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Dear Evil Agent,

I can see that the menus have both tree-like menus and a slide bars.
What exactly are you looking for? The tree-like menus, the slide bars... or both at the same time?


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Evil Agent
post Dec 20 2005, 10:53 AM
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Hi... Thanks for replying!

I'd like to see both of them... Just like Windows XP wink.gif
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post Dec 20 2005, 11:26 AM
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Well, I guess you could have one or the other but not both at the same time.
The tree-like menus can be generated using the File->Export As HTML option and the slidebars can be mimicked using the CollapsibleMenus AddIn... but I don't see a way to "insert" the tree-like menus inside the collapsible menus.

Remember, DHTML Menu Builder is mainly a pull-down menu generator -- tree menus and collapsible menus are "add ons" that we have provide to try to cover additional navigation systems without forcing you to purchase a separate application.

I once started to develop an application called DHTML SlideBar Builder... but I just don't have the time to finish it.
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post Dec 20 2005, 11:29 AM
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So... It can't be done, right?

I guess I'll just have to buy the Apycom one...
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post Dec 20 2005, 11:39 AM
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If you are looking for that exact navigation system then yes, although you may want to consider looking as this navigation system: http://www.bazon.net/mishoo/home.epl?

This is probably the most amazing collapsible navigation system I have ever seen.


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post Feb 11 2006, 10:45 AM
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How about this Outlook 2003 navbar: http://www.componentart.com/demos/navbar/d...3/WebForm1.aspx
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post Feb 23 2006, 05:37 AM
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How about this one?
http://www.macromedia.com
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post Feb 23 2006, 12:00 PM
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QUOTE (gcohen @ Feb 11 2006, 10:45 AM) *


That's a VERY nice navigation system... but its not a pulldown menu which is what DHTML Menu Builder has been designed to do.
As discused elsewhere in these forums, we have started development of another application which will let you cerate SideBar-like navigation systems; for now, only pull-down menus (and some types of collapsible menus) can be created with DHTML Menu Builder.


QUOTE (zxr @ Feb 23 2006, 05:37 AM) *
How about this one?
http://www.macromedia.com


This one is quite easy to re-create using DHTML Menu Builder.
You can see two versions at the "Samples" section of the web site:
Version 1: http://software.xfx.net/utilities/dmbuilde.../mm/index.html#
Version 2: http://software.xfx.net/utilities/dmbuilde...mm2/index.html#


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post Feb 25 2006, 02:24 AM
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For those who follow this thread... follow the link below to see the latest challenge; I think it really shows off the power the CollapsibleMenus AddIn.

http://software.xfx.net/utilities/dmbuilde...e.php?reqIdx=15

This sample uses lots of images to tweak the appearance of the menus as well as some of the latest features in the CollapsibleMenus AddIn such as the third-state support.


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post Mar 21 2006, 11:46 AM
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OK - this is a Flash menu and it's probably easy to replicate BUT I want to put it on a website where each button, whether menu or submenu occupies a cell in a table. The buttons themselves must be supplied graphic images - not text.

The website is www.jimbrandenburg.com and the menu is the one at the bottom of the page e.g. Home/Gallery etc.

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post Mar 21 2006, 12:07 PM
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Dear PhiltheBear,

The root level menus (HOME, GALLERY, SHOP, etc...) could be images placed inside table's cells and then the submenus could be attached to them using the HotSpots Editor... but, these submenus cannot be placed inside cells -- the menus themselves are floating elements that "attach" to something so they cannot exist inside a cell.

The hotspots tutorial included in the documentation (Help->Tutorials->Using HotSpots) shows how to create a menu where the main items are images inside cells and the menus are attached to these images.


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post Mar 22 2006, 08:38 AM
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Does DHTML Menu Builder 4.10 have the ability to build drop down menu's in eBay? There is such a large demand for these menu's on eBay, its actually quite astonishing noone out there has created anything yet to sort this issue out.
And since you claim to be the best I was hoping you could solve this problem for us eBay store owners!

Many thanks in advance

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post Mar 22 2006, 02:16 PM
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Anish, if you can HTML into your EBay listings, you could use them.

Why is there a demand for them, and how did you determine this "statistic"?
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post Mar 23 2006, 10:17 AM
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Firsty yes HTML works on eBay but drop down menu's don't.
And If you are going to ask have I tried using drop down menu's, yes I have but for some reason they just don't work. Which is why i am here!

It isn't a statistic that ebay shop users require drop down menus, its a simple fact. eBay UK allows shop users to have only 20 categories. If you were a eBay user you would know the whole reason for eBay's popularity is the wide variety of products that a person can sell there without marketing constraints.

If there was a way to create your own menu's on eBay (in this case drop down), this would enable shop owners to offers their products to customers in a more navigation friendly format.

I hope this answer your question Hywel.

And looking forward to some help please.

Thanks

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post Mar 23 2006, 11:12 AM
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Hello Anish,

I have no experience working with eBay (as I have never sold anything there).

I already have an account at eBay so give me some time to gather information about the "options" that eBay offers regarding the design of your product's page(s).


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Ok, I've just finished creating a sample store and as soon as I tried to paste some javascript code in one of the page I was creating, eBay complained with the following error:

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Please correct the following information:
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You entered some HTML or other code in Text Section that is not allowed. Please remove this code. Learn more about HTML requirements by clicking on the "HTML tips" link below the box.

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So, I guess it is not possible to use javascript in eBay's stores which will make it impossible to use any kind of javascript-driven menus.


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Anish
post Mar 23 2006, 07:47 PM
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Thanks a million for trying Xavier. Sorry for the bother.

Guess i shall be using your menu's on my website nevertheless cos I am absolutely impressed by its capabilities.

Brilliant work

Anish
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post Mar 24 2006, 11:47 AM
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Anish,

No problem... glad to be of help.

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I was kind of expecting this result since it's quite easy for eBay to control "security" at their web site if they prevent users/sellers from being able to use javascript code.
Imagine the kind of scams that some sellers could get away with if eBay allowed the use of javascript code!


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