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Old January 13th, 2004, 06:08 PM
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Default Pop up Menu's

Hi,

I'm slowing building our Co. web site part time -http://www.prp.com/defaultsmeg2.asp
I'm now attempting to assign links to the appropriate pages via the pop up menu's in the navigation. So when I click the navigation img. and choose show pop-up menu that's already in the behaviors panel, it shows none of the original info that I put in. Looking at the above site though, all the pop-up info still shows up. Is this normal or have I done something wrong?

 
Old January 14th, 2004, 09:59 AM
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Once you have made the pop up for the link you can edit it by hand. For instance:

<script language="JavaScript">
<!--
function mmLoadMenus() {
if (window.mm_menu_1008101352_0) return;
    window.mm_menu_1008101352_0_1 = new Menu("<img src=images/windows/networksmall.gif>&nbsp;Testing&nbsp;Pop&nbsp;UP",8 5,24,"",14,"#000000","#FFFFFF", "#CCCCCC","#000084","left","middle",3,0,1000,-5,7,true,true,true,0,true,true);
    mm_menu_1008101352_0_1.addMenuItem("<img src=images/windows/ie_.gif>&nbsp;New&nbsp;Item","location='#'");
     mm_menu_1008101352_0_1.hideOnMouseOut=true;
     mm_menu_1008101352_0_1.bgColor='#555555';
     mm_menu_1008101352_0_1.menuBorder=1;
     mm_menu_1008101352_0_1.menuLiteBgColor='#FFFFFF' ;
     mm_menu_1008101352_0_1.menuBorderBgColor='#77777 7';
window.mm_menu_1008101352_0 = new Menu("root",125,24,"",14,"#000000","#FFFFFF","#CCC CCC","#000084","left","middle",3,0,1000,-5,7,true,true,true,0,true,true);
mm_menu_1008101352_0.addMenuItem(mm_menu_10081 01352_0_1,"location='#'");
mm_menu_1008101352_0.addMenuItem("<img src=images/windows/mycompsmall.gif>&nbsp;2nd&nbsp;Test","location='#' ");
mm_menu_1008101352_0.addMenuItem("<img src=images/windows/folder.gif>&nbsp;My&nbsp;Link&nbsp;PopUP","locatio n='#'");
mm_menu_1008101352_0.hideOnMouseOut=true;
mm_menu_1008101352_0.childMenuIcon="arrows.g if";
mm_menu_1008101352_0.bgColor='#555555';
mm_menu_1008101352_0.menuBorder=1;
mm_menu_1008101352_0.menuLiteBgColor='#FFFFF F';
mm_menu_1008101352_0.menuBorderBgColor='#777 777';

mm_menu_1008101352_0.writeMenus();
} // mmLoadMenus()
//-->
</script>

Link:
<a href="#" name="link1" id="link1" onMouseOver="MM_showMenu(window.mm_menu_1008101352 _0,47,16,null,'link1')" onMouseOut="MM_startTimeout();">asdfasdf</a>

You don't want to mess with the link part. But as you can see I've added small pictures to the pop up menu.
***Warning*** If you edit it with dreamweaver the picture code will be removed. So, once you add them by hand you cannot use dreamweaver to modify the popup menu.

http://www.westga.edu/~stu9820/test8.htm
Note: I don't have them linking to anything.

The red is the modified image and the green will be where you add the links.
 
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thanks for the response stu, that will help.






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