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menu.js
Won't work in IE4
joshie76




msg:1491301
 10:27 am on Apr 30, 2001 (gmt 0)
I managed to find a script for drop down menu's that is pretty browser compatible (IE5, NN4 and NN6) however they don't work in IE4.

I have fiddled and struggled but can't seem to make it work.

Any of you super coders know how to fix this?

See it at http://www.hrmsoftware.com/index_menu.asp
The script is at http://www.hrmsoftware.com/js/fw_menu.js

big thanks in advance.

 

joshie76




msg:1491302
 4:00 pm on Apr 30, 2001 (gmt 0)

I have just realised that the friend who gave me this code got it from MM FireWorks (guess thats what the FW stands for). MM have a patch for this problem but it means I have to upgrade to FW4... no thanks. Does anybody else have any code out there for this type of pop up menu that is solidly browser compatible? (IE4+, NN4+).

PS - I wonder if MM should be dishing up this code for free anyway as they have openly just amended Gary Smith's menu.js from DevEdge (which is freeware).

Josh

chiyo




msg:1491303
 8:24 pm on Apr 30, 2001 (gmt 0)

Try www.dynamicdrive.com

Careful though, many dont work in NS6, but that's a common problem with many js scripts just now.

joshie76




msg:1491304
 8:01 am on May 1, 2001 (gmt 0)

Yeah, I tried there and most just don't seem as 'solid' as the one I started using..

Thanks any way though.

knighty




msg:1491305
 8:02 am on May 1, 2001 (gmt 0)

Why not just use layers to hide/show the menu i have found this looks fine in any 4th Gen browser

typophile




msg:1491306
 5:27 pm on May 1, 2001 (gmt 0)

Yes but how do you get the menu to stay up when the mouse is over it and not over the button?

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