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Taken From The Forum: Help & Support for DHTML Menu Version 5+
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Last Updated: Thursday February 8 2018 - 06:02:14

Specifying a class


Poster: dunnma
Dated: Wednesday August 29 2007 - 20:29:14 BST

I am using jQuery and Thickbox. One of my links in the menu is a thickbox link. The only thing that is different about this link vs other links on the page/in the menu system is that you HAVE to specify in the link a class of "thickbox"

So in other words how do I get this to be a link in the Milonic menu?

<a href="link" class="thickbox">Click Me</a>


Poster: Ruth
Dated: Thursday August 30 2007 - 5:51:09 BST

Hi,

You can actually make that particular item type=html; and then just put the link in it as you would normally. Try this, though I don't know anything about thickbox.

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aI("text=<a href='link' class='thickbox'>Click Me</a>;type=html;");


Ruth


Poster: dunnma
Dated: Thursday August 30 2007 - 13:26:05 BST

Sweet! That did the trick...now may I ask how I can possibly style this link the same as the rest (since it is manually created)?


Poster: Ruth
Dated: Thursday August 30 2007 - 21:29:50 BST

Well, if you give me what your data file is I'll see what I can figure out for the style. Since you have class=thickbox you can't very well put another class in it, so I'd have to see your existing style for the other items to see what I can do.

Ruth