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Menu PropertiesRefDetails
C33
align8align can be declared in either the style, menu or menu item and is used to position the text inside menuitems. Valid CSS values can be used for this entry.
alwaysvisible7alwaysvisible is used to promote standard sub menus to main menu. The alwaysavailable property will constantly keep a menu open and in position.
divides26
followscroll19setting followscroll to 1 will activate the ability for absolute positioned menus to remain viewable within the browser window should the user scroll down the page.
hideclass37
ignorecollision25
itemheight18itemheight is used for forcing the menu to use the specified height for each menu item. This property works in both horizontal and vertical mode.
itemwidth4itemwidth is an optional property that will fix the width of a menu based on declared pixel values. If this value is ommited, the menu will calculate the best width to use.
keepalive10keepalive, tells a menu to remain open once it has been activated. The only way to close the menu is to select a menu item, another menu or click elsewhere on the page.
left3left declares the fixed left position of each menu. Values entered for this property are in pixels.
margin12margin is the amount of white space surrounding your menu items, the color of this parameter is taken from the offbgcolor
maxwidth31
menualign20
menuheight24
menuwidth17
minleft35
minwidth30
mm_fixheight32
name1The Name property is a mandatory entry and is used for calling menus with the showmenu command from within a menu item. It is also used for refering to menus at run time. The only other mandatory property is style. All other menu based properties are optional.
opendelay28
openstyle11openstyle is used to determine how the menu will appear. an openstyle of "rtl" will force the menu to display in a right to left fassion, useful for use on web sites in Hebrew for example.

Openstyle can also be use to force menus to open upwards. the property for this is openstyle="up"
orientation9Menus can be either horizontal or vertical and the orientation property is used to declare the type of menu you need. The default value for orientation is vertical and orientation is not a mandatory entry. You only need to declare this value if you need a menu in horizontal orientation.
outfilter16
overfilter15overfilter is used for declaring Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5+ filters and transitions. Note that this property will be ignored by non supporting web browsers
overflow13overflow is used to enable Scollable menus. Setting this property to "scroll" will force proprietary operating system scroll bars to appear on the right hand side of your menu
position14position is used to declare a relative position. By default this property is set to absolute so is only needed for setting the menu relative to other HTML objects or for embedding inside a table cell.
rawcss34
resizable29
screenposition5screenposition is useful for websites that are centered in orientation. By declaring "center" for screenposition, this will ensure that the menu will remain centered at all times. Other options for screen position are top, left, right, middle or bottom, plus a combination of 2 valid properties separated by a semi colon. Offsets can be declared for both top and left. The syntax for offsets is "offset=-100"; this will move the menu 100 pixels back from either top or left depending on the screenposition you have used.
showclass36
style6style is the name of the pre-defined style that you intend to use for this menu. There are no restrictions to the quantity of styles you can use.
top2top declares the fixed top position of each menu. Values entered for this property are in pixels.
zindex27




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