Re: Rendering submenu into special element stated by developer
- No, it's exactly a menu cause I need to navigate through different
categories... In my opinion tree is better when you need to group
data under some categories... But in my situation I need a menu but
the strange one %) It's submenus that are visible and rendered
slightly aside to the right from the Main Menu... And this submenu
shouldnt be positioned dynamically... it's position should be static
- I mean inside some element... It looks like two columns near each
other with striped rows ... Left one - is a Main menu and right one
- is a submenu.... When you mouseover Main menu - it's submenu is
shown in right column... And the height of both main and submenu are
the same - they got the whole height of it's container elemtnt (<div>)
It's difficult to explain, it's better to show you picture... But
the main Idea is that it's not a Tree...
So question is still unanswered - could you help me with functions
that I need to digg into to change dynamical rendering behavior?
Thanks in advance!
> Alexander -
> The sort of behavior that you are describing doesn't
> really sound like a menu. It kinda sounds like a tree
> control. Have you thought of using that instead?
> - Todd
> --- Alexx Alexx <zmische@...> wrote:
> > Now i'll try to explain what I mean! %)
> > I want to use a Menu Widget, but in slightly
> > modified
> > version. I want that submenu of the main menu was
> > rendered in special, stated by me <div> element,
> > that
> > is rendered statically and so tath submenu was shown
> > in that <div> as is -> without dynamic positioning
> > ->
> > so just bacame visible in that <div> on parent menu
> > Over event...
> > |[ menu 1 ]|---> <div>| submenu 1.1 |
> > | menbu 2 | | submenu 1.2 |
> > |menu 3 | | submenu 2.3 |
> > | | | |
> > </div>
> > I think that I should change "Render" event of the
> > submenu and, perhaps, "onMouseOver" also... I tried
> > to
> > digg into menu.js code but it's to hard to
> > understand
> > in a short amount of time... Could you point me to
> > the
> > right direction and, perhaps, to a functions that I
> > need to change?
> > Thanks in advance!
> > ----------------
> > Best regards,
> > Alexander
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