JQuery :: Vertical And Horizontal Tab Menu In A Single Page?
May 7, 2009
I am using both horizontal and vertical tab menu's in a single page. And on click of horizontal tab should select the corresponding vertical tab and along with the data linked to vertical data will be displayed in different div on the page. I am stuck with how to poputale these using jquery.
I'm wondering how to modifiy the vertical menu of superfish to let the submenu appear horizontal next to the parent menu element:123 3a 3b 3c45I just spent some hours searching on Google andplayed around with the CSSbut could not manage to fix it.
Alright so you have the header, horizontal menu, then content below it. The horizontal menu has to expand PUSHING the content down slightly expanding the wrapper. I'm hoping someone can help me out with this because right now it's not even horizontal. When I flip it it all breaks
What I'd like to do is use some sort of jquery plugin to make an image scroller that has a grid of images and scrolls each row and column horizontally and vertically. I'm a bit overwhelmed though and not sure where to start. I want to use fancybox for opening the image so I was hoping someone could point me towards something that would help with the thumbnail scroller?
I am using jCarousel and I am getting a weird bug. Basically, jCarousel renders perfect - however for a brief instant the carousel appears vertically and then appears horizontal as it should in IE / FF
I have created the following page [URL] where I have a number of main links and then sublinks for these. At the moment when a main link is clicked the content scrolls vertically and when a sublink is clicked eg Blue Inner Link 1 the content slides horizontally. how can I update the script so that when I click a main link the content scrolls horizontally and when I click a sublink the content scrolls vertically?
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Each link on mouseover, popups to the right and shows links to different pages within the site. example.. pumps. pops up the mouseover window and has 3 links to 3 different pumps, each on a separate pages. Where as the moters link may have 25 links to different kinds of motors etc.
The problem is that the height of the second level menu results in their being gaps in between each menu item so that as you move your mouse down the second menu items it quickly closes again. scripting novice fix this by telling me which variable I need to change either in the Java script or the CSS files.
I want to make a horizontal menu with a lot of menu items but some of them wont have any sub menus associated with them. Right now, i have to add at least one item in submenu with sometext in it, else it gives a weired behavior. But I want that any of the items should have no items below it yet submenu shud be displayed, just like a long horizontal bar..
Second Question: For some reason, the menu is appearing behind a table row when it expands, thus hiding a good portion of the menu. Here it is: [URL]
Try clicking on 'Products & Services', and then clicking on "Centerfire Rifle Suppressors" from the dropdown menu. When it takes you to that category page, click the menu again and you will see that the menu hides behind the <h1> table row.
That made me wonder that for a funcitonality like a Drop down is so complex?
I'm using the Superfish vertical menu to develop an online book. My vertical menu which consists of chapters and sections place on the side of my page, and is long enough to show all of the main items. However, as the chapters get lower in the page, the submenu items (my section names) get cutoff (there's not enough room to show all subitems for the final 2 chapters). So, I guess I have 2 questions:
1) Is there some sort of option to tell Superfish to realize "Hey, not enough room for the menu, so I need to move the submenu up higher" and if not
2) Could someone give me some direction as to how I might be able to move "up" a few of my submenus by diving into the code? In other words, instead of the first item in my submenu visually matching up with the main option, have the 3rd or 4th visually matchup, thereby giving me the extra space needed when close to the bottom of the page.
Can any one recommend a vertical menu plugin that could be used in a sidebar. I've used Superfish, but I don't care for fly-outs and would prefer a collapsable version that drops straight down on click or mouse over.