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taaamara
03-21-2012, 08:56 AM
1) Script Title: DD Mega Menu

2) Script URL (on DD): http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex1/ddmegamenu.htm

3) Describe problem: Hi! I love this Mega Menu and would like to replace it with my menu I have now. My problem is that I have a lot of menu levels... 7 to be exact (not my idéa, my boss want this for some reason). I have so many levels that my menu i have now cant handle it and some top items is disappearing when I insert new links.

This menu would make the site much easier to use because it has these 2 colums and it would save space and make the site more logical.

I have tried to add more levels in the css by create more ".mega .ulmenuli" for example, but if course its not working, i guess you need to do something with the .js, but because im not so good at recognizing what you need to change, I am writing here for your help.

Is there any way, if you for example look at the menu : mouseover Javascript > Free Javascripts > JavaScript Clocks > ..., here, if you do mouseover JavaScrips Clocks I would like another drop down to appear. And so on. Like "multiple menu levels".

Are there any good solution for this? I would be so thankful and the visiters would be to.

Thank you in advance :) / Me

Link to the site right now, Video (top level menu) not visable when using IE: http://ytskyddsgruppen.se/index.php (I know there is some big issues with the code, but its not my fault. It should not effect the menu).

ddadmin
03-22-2012, 02:50 AM
I'm a little confused- on the page you've cited, I only see Smooth Navigational Menu (http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex1/ddsmoothmenu.htm)- so as you asking how to replace that one with DD Mega Menu instead? If you look at example #1 of the later, it essentially is a top menu bar with multiple levels of drop downs using Mega Menu. Simply follow this template to creating additional levels, whereby each level is simply a UL list on the page that's then associated with a link via the "rel" attribute, for example:


<div id="megamenu1" class="solidblockmenu">
mega menu contents here...
mega menu contents here...
mega menu contents here...
<a href="#" rel="megamenu2">Mouse over me</a>
</div>

<div id="megamenu2" class="solidblockmenu">
2nd mega menu contents here...
2nd mega menu contents here...
</div>