1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 16, 2007 8:57 PM by Newsgroup_User

    pop-up menu behavior and positioning question

    sjmacro
      hello everyone:

      I created a pop-up menu in Fireworks 8 (FW), then I export pop-up menu ( .css and .js file ) to Dreamwaver 8 (DW). the sub-menu display when user mouse-over the parent menu. I want to change sub-menu display when user click on the parent menu and the sub_menu won't cover up next menu item

      My questions are
      a) can this behavior modification be done in FW?

      b) I tried change behavior to onClick in DW behavior pane, but the sub_menu still cover up the next menu item?
      For example if you click on departments link

      Please review my sample pageand give me some suggestions on how to adjust submenu display so it won't cover up
      next menu item. Thanks!



      the source code from the html file imported from FW:


      sjmarco
      1-14-07

        • 1. Re: pop-up menu behavior question
          Level 7
          sjmacro wrote:

          > hello everyone:
          >
          > I created a pop-up menu in Fireworks 8 (FW), then I export pop-up menu (
          > .css and .js file ) to Dreamwaver 8 (DW). the sub-menu display when user
          > mouse-over the parent menu. I want to change sub-menu display when user click
          > on the parent menu.
          >
          > My questions are
          > a) can this behavior modification be done in FW?

          Yes and no. You can change the behavior to onClick in the Behaviors
          panel in FW, but the menu will not hide itself again when you mouse out.

          Here's a tutorial on creating pop up menus from scratch in Dreamweaver:
          http://www.projectseven.com/tutorials/navigation/auto_hide/index.htm


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