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Here is the snippet of 'real' code. Not sure whether whole script is expected which might be handful.



Some suggestion will be helpful.
Hi,
I am trying to build a multi level navigation bar with help of some javascript and jQuery. But am stuck with some display issue. Specifically the issue is that there are 2 menu bars place horizontally one above other, each enclosed in a <div> element. Initially 2 menubar will remain invisible. On clicking an item, say item1, in the top menu, associated menu bar below should get 'visible' while other menu bars will remain invisible or overlapped. Clicking on second item, say item2, should make the corresponding menu bar visible, overlapping the other one.

Issue I am facing that these 2 menu bars (in 2nd row) are placed stacked vertically instead of overlapping. if I use "style:display=none" then in my javascript I get some error when I try obj.getElementByID(<id>) and nothing seems to function in the javascript.

Here is the Javascript code:


Here is the code segment for top menu bar

PS: Read "href - " as "href =" above

Thanks
Ashish
Thanks Salvin for giving reference. I am indeed using list for rendering the menu. Please see the atatched screenshot of what I could achieve so far. Here is the HTML code I want to render. As is obvious from screen shot, when I hover mouse over menu items in 2nd menu bar (ie Menu1 etc), third row of menu items do not show up at all.

I am no expert in web designing/stylesheeting, and this much I have done from collecting code from net etc. Obviously I don't understand completely to debug the issue. Appreciate some help to make it work.

HTML file is as below:


Attachment:
1. screenthot

Thanks
Ashish
Hi,
I am working on a POC and have a requirement to include 3 level navigation menu bar where first and second (visible on selecting a tab in 1st menu) menus are laid out horizontally and 3rd one vertically.

I have experimented a lot with the style sheet but am not able to have 2 menu bar appear as horizontal. It always comes as vertical. Would like to know whether
1. Is it possible to achieve?
2. If yes, then a sample code will go a long way.

regards
Ashish

Martijn Verburg wrote:Is standard JSP/JSF not enough for this requirement?



Hi Matijn,
Thanks for responding. Unfortunately I am not technologist so probably can't answer your question. I was researching on net for my requirement when I came across XForms / Orbeon. I liked the features that Orbeon provides out of the box but was not too sure whether it is the right technology to go for. Hence I posted my question for the gurus in the area to share their views and guide.

Also I would like to keep the form data as is instead of persisting in a database table.

Regards
Ashish
I have a requirement for forms/xform for the web application I am working on where I want to provide feature to the end user to

1. Design the forms online (not very complex ones) and publish
2. Fill the forms and submit the same. (Also use the form data to persists)
3. Retrive the filled forms as read only.

I would like some suggestions and guidance as to which framework/product would be best suitable. I prefer a java library rather then a offline product. I have tried Orbeon but am not too sure whether this is the best solution. Also I am not able to figure out whether it can be integrated in my application.


Regards
Ashish
Looks like this thread is old and dead. Will post my question in a new thread. Hopefully will get some reply.

Thanks
Ashish
Hi Ulf/Others,
I have similar requirement for my web application where I want to provide feature to the end user to

1. Design the forms online (not very complex ones) and publish
2. Fill the forms and submit the same. (Also use the form data to persists)
3. Retrive the filled forms as read only.

I would like some suggestions and guidance as to which framework/product would be best suitable. I prefer a java library rather then a offline product. I have tried Orbeon but am not too sure whether this is the best solution. Also I am not able to figure out whether it can be integrated in my application.


Regards
Ashish
Hi,
I am currently working on creating a patch builder where I compare files in a directory (in SVN) against the installed files. Idea is to get a list of new/modified files.

I explored the 'diff' and 'dircmp' unix commands but they give a 'report" sort of output whereas I am intrested only in list of such files. I am wondering if there is any such utility written in Java or otherwise which I can be invoked through ANT task to achieve the above.

I searched around javaranch/sourceforge/eclipse/google but unfortunately could not find one. Any help is appreciated.

Thanks
Ashish
13 years ago
Hi Bear, Thanks for taking interest.
I need to slice, dice, analyze and compare data and I wish to do that off line. For this reason I was trying to find a solution which can be done without any server etc.

Thanks
Ashish
Eric,
Data is not going to be much. May be 500-1000 rows of data. Performance will not be the main consideration.

Would you suggest a better alternative?

Thanks
Ashish
Hi,
I am currently working to develop a browser based "search and list" screen(s)/page(s) and will greatly appreciate help/pointers to do the same.

Statement of problem:
---------------------
I have a data as text files (can be in XML format) which I want to display in a browser based page/screen. Also I want to add to this page capability to search and to display the filtered data (from the data file).

Additionally I would also like to add capability to save the 'search' criteria.

I believe this could be done simply using HTML/JavaScript and would like to avoid using any server as such. Data files will be generated asynchronously. It would great help if you can provide me any pointers/sample code which I can use to develop my idea.

Thanks
Ashish
Hi Sashi,

One way to gain experience is through self study and doing some small projects at your own in areas that you like. Once you have gained this experience, it will be much easier to get a well paying job.

If getting a job is a need, I would suggest you post your resume on the job portals - timesjobs.com, monster.com etc.

Good luck.
Ashish
16 years ago
Hi Jeanne,
With "functional" I mean something like a working application with flow minus any validation/verification etc.

For example, on a login page if I click 'Login' button after entering my user/password, next page to be displayed be, say, home page. From there if I click on any link, a new page be displayed. All these pages will be static, with no validation/verification or no/minimal business logic.

This, I think, can be achieved in plain HTML/CSS, although it would be painfully time consuming.

Thanks
Ashish
I have seen many posts where people are being asked to correct their names. Just want to let you know that "Sashi KV" is a valid name and likely (s)he is from southern India.

May be the naming policy should be updated to put sample from different parts of the world.
16 years ago