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Milonic DHTML Menu - Website Navigation System

Rated4.2/5 (187 ratings)
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Easy to use and extremely fast DHTML JavaScript navigational menu script.
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A very easy to use and extremely powerful DHTML JavaScript navigational script. Version 5.0 now includes scroll bars for long menus, delayed menu opening plus many many more features. Plus very fast rendering, you will notice your menu appear well before your web pages have finished loading. This menu should work well with all the standard browsers including: Microsoft IE 4+, Netscape Navigator 4+, Mozilla, Opera5+, Apple Mac Safari, IE5+ & Netscape.

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Free
Licence Type
Commercial
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Submitted on
11th February 2002
Last Updated
11th February 2009
Licence Type
Free Non-Commercial
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A link to Milonic is required to use the menu free of charge.
Licence Type
Free Non-Commercial
License Price
USD 0
Additional Info
A link to Milonic is required to use the menu free of charge.
Licence Type
Commercial
License Price
USD 45
Additional Info
Commercial License - Includes Tech Support and Directory Listing

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(187 ratings)
Average User Rating: 4.2/5
Very problematic (ver 3.5)
Reviewed byAnonymousonFri, 4th October 2002
Rating 2 - Fair
As the author suggested, positioning within table cells is not recommended, but to have your menu in a predictable position on the page is unreasonable to overlook. The absolute positioning goes dooda when resizing; placing the menu within tables didn't work for me and spent a lot, and I mean a lot, of time trying to get this to work. However, if I could get this to work, the potential for configuration is excellent. Hopefully, future versions will work and allow me to position centre, taking into account the browser size so that the offset can be changed dynamically, keeping my menu in the right place.
Thu, 28th August 2003
Version 5.0 of Milonic's menu now has relative positioning. This enables the menu to be positioned inside table cells.
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