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DHTML Lab: HierMenus CENTRAL - dhtmlab.com

Welcome to HierMenusCentral.com!

Now you can add drop down or pop up menus to your Web site, and you don't have to be a DHTML or JavaScript guru.

Why use HierMenusCentral.com's HierMenus code? Besides the ease of implementation and use HierMenus offers you...

  • Leading Drop Down and Pop Up Menu Features: Display menus horizontally, vertically or both. Or set menus to pop up automatically when the user rolls their mouse over a menu link, or leave the menu hidden until the link is clicked.
  • Savings in Screen Real Estate: Condense multiple site links into a single menu or collection of menus, freeing valuable screen space for your site visitors.
  • A Familiar Interface: Make your visitors feel "right at home" on your site by providing them with a navigation interface they are already familiar with.
  • Cross Frames Compatibility: You can create HTML links in one frame that, when clicked or rolled over, pop up your navigation menus in a second frame.
  • Centralized Management: Menu definitions and configuration parameters can be fully contained within two centralized files, providing both consistency and manageability to site authors.
  • Browser Support: HierMenus works on the Web's most popular browser platforms, including the latest versions of Internet Explorer and Netscape on both Windows and Macintosh, the latest Opera browser (Opera 7), Safari 1.0 and Konqueror 3.
  • Cost Effective: Saves on development time and effort.

For more information about licensing the HierMenus Code from Jupitermedia, please send us an E-mail via the link below. It will be helpful for you to include information about your organization, the usage planned for HierMenus and how we can reach you.

Contact: John Maher
Telephone: (203) 662-2889
E-mail: hiermenus1@jupitermedia.com

New to HM Central:

March 3, 2004 - HierMenus Version 6 Sneak Preview. We're putting the finishing touches on HierMenus version 6 now. Among the highlights: Menu and item specific parameter settings, new styling options (including support for menu and item class names), and support for Internet Explorer filters and transitions.

January 29, 2004 - Synchronized Link Rollovers. Though often not realized, it is possible to synchronize an image-based link's rollover action to the display and hiding of its designated menu. This quick tutorial shows you how.

December 11, 2003 - When TLC Isn't Enough. Need to position your HierMenus based on something other than the Top-Left Corner? With only a few lines of custom code, you can position a menu based on its top, bottom, left, or right corner.

November 20, 2003 - HierMenus 5.3.1: Release Notes. HM 5.3.1 addresses cross-frame menuing problems found in the latest browser releases, including Safari 1.1 and Opera 7.21/7.22.

October 23, 2003 - HierMenus 5.3: Release Notes. HierMenus is ready to roll--rollover, that is. Support for embedded image rollovers leads the list of HM5.3 improvements, which also includes "more" image positioning enhancements and fixes for right-to-left page directionality.

September 18, 2003 - HierMenus 5.2.1: Release Notes. A pair of fixes are included in this HM maintenance release; correcting problems with scrolling menus that shouldn't be and dealing with Safari's spoof settings.

August 28, 2003 - HierMenus 5.2: Release Notes. Among the highlights: new menu creation options, including the ability to create all menus on-the-fly, as well as the ability to override HM's Keep-In-Window logic for all or individual top-level menus.

August 14, 2003 - Hiding Page Elements. Form <select> elements encroaching on your well designed menus? Have a look at this mass-element hiding solution that works equally well both in and out of HierMenus.

July 17, 2003 - HierMenus 5.1: Release Notes. HM 5.1 offers a new (optional) space-optimized code set, a correction that allows for independent navigation page reloads, and other minor fixes and enhancements.

June 24, 2003 - Browser Specific Parameter Settings. Need to set your menu font size differently depending on the user's browser? This quick tutorial shows you how.

May 29, 2003 - HierMenus 5.0.1: Release Notes. New scrolling menu-related parameters and bug fixes for Netscape 4.x lead the list of improvements in our latest HM release.

April 24, 2003 - HierMenus 5.0: Release Notes. HierMenus 5, with support for Opera 7 and cross-frames functionality, is now available.

Produced by Peter Belesis and

All Rights Reserved. Legal Notices.
Created: December 29, 1998
Revised: March 3, 2004

URL: http://www.webreference.com/dhtml/hiermenus/

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