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    The cascading javascript menu does not spans frames or windows like Applets. Is that correct?

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Q: The cascading javascript menu does not spans frames or windows like Applets. Is that correct?

I was not able to make the sample to do it.

A: The DHTML Menu and Java Menu are built on different technologies. Java menus can create submenus that cover frames as a standard Windows submenus. DHTML Menu can't do that, because it's controls is html objects, they can't overlap Windows controls. So, cascading javascript menu has cross-frame ability that allows it to show submenus in different frames. But it can support this mode for the same domain only -- if you loaded a page to a subframe from another domain, the submenus can't be shown in it. It happens because all browsers don't allow to do that for security reasons. Just imagine if you'll able to create a frameset from 2 frames, 1st frame will be with a zero height-width, and you'll load your page into it. Then user will go to another domain and your "invisible" frame will change a content of other pages!

See more info about cross-frame mode here:

http://deluxe-menu.com/cross-frame-mode-sample.html






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