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When I click a link within the menu, when the new page loads, the menu always resets to the root menu instead of showing whatever submenu goes with that page. I noticed via the Chrome Inspector that it DOES correctly mark the active submenu with the class “activeCategory” but it doesn’t load that submenu upon the new page load.
How do I fix this?
hi is it possible to limit height please ? is there a scroll bar for long list ? thanks
I second humulus2 & franki’s comments.
Would be very nice to have, 1. Home button 2. Stay on the same level after clicking on the item and navigating to the desired page.
Hello, I like this a lot but when using this as a navigation menu, it goes back to the top level after clicking the link in the last level. What’s strange is with the ’#’ in the html it works fine, it stays on the same level I’m clicking in. But if you replace it with a file path it opens the page but you lose your place in the navigation? Can this be updated to stay where you’re clicking? Sorry if this sounds confusing.
Hi, sorry I can get it clearly. When you specify a link with a target=”_blank”, and click it, the menu will stay at the same level when open a new window.
But in a normal situation as far as navigation goes, why would you want new windows to open? Maybe it’s just me (but I don’t think so), that doesn’t make much sense. I think the file description should mention this very important limitation.
Is there a posibillity a HOME button. I click it and back to level0 of menu?
Hi you can customize the js code to support this feature. You can drop me a line to implement it for you as freelance.
Is setting to the active tab onclick submenu an option after reloading page ? I don’t see it in the js. Do you make an update for this future ?
How do you remove the arrows please?
It´s possible to active a different submenu with class markup?
“CSS3 driven animation, graceful degradation.”
Doesn’t seem to work in the latest version of FF with JS turned off.