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DOM Menu

DOM Menu allows developers to add dynamic, hierarchical popup menus to Web pages. Menus can be horizontal or vertical and can open or pop out in either direction. It features screen edge and element detection for browsers that cannot hide form elements. Styles are controlled almost entirely using CSS, and the menus are created and hidden using the Document Object Model. Configuration is performed using a custom Hash() class. The menus emulate the look and feel of well known GUI toolkits. Mozilla, IE 5+ and Opera 7 are supported.

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  •  03 Jan 2003 18:30

    Release Notes: A tremendous amount of code cleanups and enhancements. Support for Konqueror and Opera 7 have been added. Many bugfixes in the IE rendering have been corrected. The settings have been placed into a data structure so that multiple menus with different settings can coexist on the same page. The demos have been updated to reflect the new features.

    •  18 Dec 2002 13:49

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

      Recent comments

      15 Apr 2004 01:38 confused123

      Javascript in uri....
      Excellent menus! I am trying to find documentation/examples of including javascript in the uri, anyone help...?

      22 Sep 2003 10:38 mojavelinux

      Re: DOM Menu 0.3.2
      We are aware of this issue and looking to resolve it. For those interested, we have enabled a bug tracking system for the project (Sept 20, 2003) and will be improving on it as time permits. I have added this bug to the list of open bugs.

      Dan


      > I am having a problem using Dom menu.
      > there seems to be a memory leak using IE
      > 5.5
      >
      > Any clues?
      >


      22 Sep 2003 08:01 sanjeev123

      DOM Menu 0.3.2
      I am having a problem using Dom menu. there seems to be a memory leak using IE 5.5

      Any clues?

      09 Jan 2003 10:57 BubbaFett

      Great drop-down menu system.
      It worked and tested well the first time I tried it, it was easy to configure and customize, it render's quickly, it's well documented, and it's LGPL! I messed around with every menu generator on FM and settled with this one.

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