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 Post subject: sliding menu java applet
PostPosted: Tue May 20, 2003 4:41 am 
I created a navigation page which I used the sliding menu to create a Collapsible Menu. However, I need to use javascript<br>function <br>onClick="parent.framename.location.href='newpage.htm'" to load another page in another frame. <br>A normal html will show href="" target="". Where am I going to insert the code?<br><br>


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 Post subject: sliding menu java applet
PostPosted: Tue May 20, 2003 5:14 pm 
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To display the link page in the frame, first please give name to each frame window in the frameset page. <br>Input the frame's name into the Target Frame box below the "Link to" box.<br>E.g.:there is a page with two frames named as "main" and "left". If you insert the menu into the frame "left" and want the menu to display the link page in the frame "main", please type the frame's name "main" into the Target box directly. So the link page will display in the main frame window. <br>Note: The letter case is sensitive. Please care the capital and lower-case. <br><br>Regards!<br><br>Sothink Support<br><A HREF="mailto:support@sothink.com">support@sothink.com</A>


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 Post subject: sliding menu java applet
PostPosted: Tue May 20, 2003 7:54 pm 
I think you did not know what I mean! What I want is that when I click a link, it will load the relevant page at the target frame, as well as loading another page in another frame by using <br>onClick="parent.TOP.location.href='topframe.htm'"<br>where TOP is the name of the top frame.<br><br>For a normal link the html show<br><a TARGET="Bottomframe" HREF="newpage.htm" onClick="parent.top.location.href='Topframe.htm'"><br><br>As I'm using sliding menu, the TARGET and HREF attribute name did not appear but is somehow another definition in the slidmenu. My Qs. is where can I add the extra parameters?<br><br><br>


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 Post subject: sliding menu java applet
PostPosted: Tue May 20, 2003 9:02 pm 
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Sorry, Sothink SlidingMenu cannot do so.<br><br>However, Sothink DHTMLMenu can. For more information about it, please go to <A HREF="http://www.sothink.com/webtools/dhtmlmenu/index.htm" target="_new">http://www.sothink.com/webtools/dhtmlmenu/index.htm</A>.<br><br>Regards!<br><br>Sothink Support<br><A HREF="mailto:support@sothink.com">support@sothink.com</A>


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