Price: $29 (free edition available)
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Added: Fri Oct 21 2005
Updated: Tue Dec 19 2006
Supported browsers: IE 4.01+, Netscape 4.08+, Mozilla 0.9+, Opera 5.02+, AOL 4+|
Separate item sizing & positioning
Unlimited number of levels
There is no limitation on how many menu levels can be created.
Customizable styles and colors
Every level and every item can have separate set of styles.
Border and pseudo-shadow support
Border and pseudo-shadow are supported under all browsers. You can cusomize color and size for both shadow and border.
Unlimited number of menu instances
There can be several menus on a single page, and these menus will not interfere with each other.
Commercial editions — Standard and Professional — do not have watermark.
Standard and Professional editions can be used commercially, in any number of your own applications. Separate license can be purchased to allow redistribution of the script.
Menu can be placed into some container, and it will follow design flow when user will resize the window, or when other page elements will change their sizes.
Menu can be made invisible, and then it can popup when some event occurs, e.g. right mouse button click.
Your menu can be splitted in the following way: top level items in one frame, and all sublevels in the other. However, menu cannot cross frame boundary — whole sublevel has to be visible within single frame.
Menu can have special icon images which will be placed to the left of the text. These icons can have rollovered state.
Every item with subitems can have special arrow image which indicates that there is something to see. Arrows can have rollovered state.
Each side of the border can have individial width.
Workarounds for the form elements
Menu has workarounds for famous "form elements over DHTML objects" problem. There are two workarounds. First one is for Internet Explorer 5.5 and above, and it looks very smoothly. Second workaround works for older browsers, and it works like this: when submenu drops down, script hides all DIVs which ids where specified in the configuration file.
If this list does not have some feature that you really need, you can ask our technical support team and in most cases we will develop the feature ASAP.