1473Re: [OLmws] Call overlib with no handler. Is it possible?
- Jan 29, 2011Has I told, here is a link to a video of what I'm doing, maybe you can tell me your opinion
Once more thank you
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Foteos Macrides" <fote@...> wrote:
> Could you provide a URL or example markup for a test document which makes what you mean by "level" more clear? If you are creating a "traditional" menu system for which each level persists on the screen, then with overlibmws Level 1 would be a primary popup (via an overlib call), Level 2 would be a secondary popup (via an overlib2 call), but tertiary popups are not supported so you can't get to a Level 3 with Levels 1 and 2 still being displayed. If your higher levels can replace lower levels, so that you are actually "chaining" from one popup to another, what you're seeking might be feasible.
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> From: kronos47
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> Sent: Saturday, January 29, 2011 4:20 PM
> Subject: [OLmws] Call overlib with no handler. Is it possible?
> Please help,
> I need a call to overlib without <a>, <div> and onLoad.
> This is a case of a 3 level, 4 level,... menus. Level 1 and 2 are normal and modal popup menus (working fine), level 3,... are (like 2 level menu) modal popups with html content controled by php and mysql.
> onLoad excluded because level 3 menu popups before page end.
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