Standard vs PRO
Is there a way to add tooltip text to menu item?
How can I position a sub menu with absolute coordinates? I do not want to position it relative to the parent menu.
I bought and downloaded the pro menu version. Installed it, and codethat builder didn't change. What am I missing?
Where can I set the positioning to set the menu in a table?
Alignment inside the menu.
Is it possible to create a menu with variable height of the menu items?
Is it possible to place a menu within the table's <TD>...</TD> tags using the Standard version?
Where do i find information about how to make the menu transparent?
I just bought Menupro, but I can't get the builder to work with pro menus.
How can I make top level elements of ordinary drop-down menu to have different width? Is this functionality of PRO version only?
Is it possible to round off the corners of those boxes -- make an oval shape instead of a rectangle?
How to add different images for different menu level?
On the left hand side of every menu line there is an image placeholder which I cannot get rid off.
When I configured my webpage to use the menu it left the words CodeThat.com underneath. Is there anyway to get rid of these words?
I've purchased the software and registered successfully but still get 'CodeThat.com' on the html file. What is going on?
So if I buy the pro version of the CodeThatMenu, do I also get a pro version of CodThatBuilder?
If I set the top-level "Direction" property to Vertical, the entire menu is vertical. If I set the top-level "Direction" property to Horizontal, the entire menu is horizontal. [I'm using the free version of CodeThatMenu]
How can I to find a way to set different item offsets for sub-menus or for individual menu items?
How does one obtain the newest PRO release?
when I view the page in my browser, the menu first appears in the upper right-hand corner, then, it "jumps" down to the position that it's supposed to appear in. Does this make sense? How do I prevent it?
How can I expand menu bar to relative page size?
First let me ask if it is possible to set a border ONLY around the menu. At present if I set a border each menu item gets a border top and bottom also (like seprators)
When a menu is included in a table the table does not automatically stretch to autofit the menu. I sort of get dwiddle the system by calculating the number of items (it changes depending on user) and then set td height. Does this seem right?
What I want is that the submenu northwest corner must be attached to the mainmenuItem's southeast corner. I would like to have an example of doing this with dynamic menus.
Where do I start?
Can arrows be placed on left for these types of menus.
Can verical menu be placed on right hand side to fly out to the left instead of the right.
Can two menus be used on same page.
Is it possible to use caledar with European dates? The examples code is set with MM/dd/yyyy format, I would like to use DDDD, MMMM DD, YYYY.
I tried to place the nescessary files (codethatcalendarstd.js, scroller_ex.js and codethatcalendar.html) in a special folder because my intention was to reuse these files for all the webpages containing html-forms with date fields. But I could not get this to work. So my question is: Do these 3 files have to exist in all folders in which I want to use the calendar?
Could you post an example of putting the calendar in a layer? How do you set the transparency?
I have the pro version. I purchased for inline capability, but notice there is no navigation (month, year). Can navigation be added to inline mode?
Is it possible to have only certain days available. i.e just Saturday nights for the whole year.
Is it possible to use a small picture instead the ... button?
Is it possible to set min/max date on the calendar?
I have a calendar, but I want that to choose some days, I can add to one cookie.
When I click on any of the buttons - nothing happens.....there is no movement nor is the selected date put in the text box - any ideas; Does the .js file need to be in the Scripts folder?
Is there a way to assign custom events as a reaction to selecting the particular date? Like user clicks on say Oct 15th and my custom code being executed?
How do I insert CodeThatXPBar in where the old navigation bar was? Do I have to compile it as java and stick it in as an applet?
Is it possible to have more than one level expandable menus?
Is there any way to expand the panes when the users moveover on the item bar rather than click on the title bar and all other panes are collapsed at the same time?
Does xp menu keep its state between .net postbacks?
Is there a way to initially display the xpbar with one or more of it's "panes" expanded? (as if the user had clicked on the title bar).
I have downloaded CodeThatScroller and looked at the instructions. I can get almost everything working except the comments.
How can I positioning scroller in table, for example, inside tag <TD>...</TD>?
Is it possible to have more than one image slideshow on a page?
Is there a way to control the speed of the scrolling (I am displaying scrolling text)? How if yes?
How can I get samples that might show me using your CodeThatForm Builder, how to create cool forms?
Do you think you could provide this (and all the files that come along on this page) in an offline version so I can utilize this when not connected to the Internet?
How can I set CSS-style for the main form window and form caption?
How do I insert the script I've created into my web site?
I created a general tree menu. Can I change the font and size of the text?
CodeThatBuilder uses the standard versions of the scripts, what if I register pro version, will it generate pro scripts then?
Is this just new look for your old CodeThatPacker (I mean all this wizards that were added to plain console utility) or do you have major update with some features added and bugs fixed?
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