We recommend that you use these examples in conjunction with the documentation to gain maximum benefit from the available features. ( To view the documentation click here.)
For simplicity all of the examples demonstrate the menu bar being used in a non frames environment with links being opened in a new browser session. However we feel that most implementations will utilise the Menu bar within a frames environment and as such have created a section within the documentation called "Menu Bar with Frames".
Note: If you are using the evaluation version then a pop-up window will appear upon the startup of the applet. This feature has been removed in the licensed version. Licensing information can be found at http://www.jpowered.com/advmenubar/index.htm
The first example in the list is designed to give a quick demonstration of many of the features available. Following that we start with a very basic menu and with each successive example we build on the previous one and introduce more features.
|exampledemo.htm||This example is designed to give you a quick flavor of the available features. After viewing this we recommend that you work through each of the following examples in the order they appear.|
|example1.htm||In this first example we have kept the supplied parameters to a bear minimum to first demonstrate the basics of incorporating the menu bar into a web page.|
|example2.htm||This example extends the first example by adding icons to the menu buttons.|
|example3.htm||Adding a submenu with two buttons to the second menu item.|
|example4.htm||Adding a further submenu to the submenu in the previous example.|
|example5.htm||Adding URL functionality to the menu buttons.|
|example6.htm||Retrieving the menu and item data from text files.|
We hope you find these examples both informative and in conjunction with the documentation easy to follow. If however you do encounter problems then please feel free to contact us at,