- This menu is a sliding menu with submenus which slide out vertically from beneath the parent items.
- This light-hearted demonstration shows well the extent to which
this tree can be reconfigured by a web-designer with a graphics editor.
- The design also won an award (from Gamelan) for its originality.
- The main points demonstrated are:
- "Tree-structure" elements (normally dotted lines) can be redefined
just like the entry icons themselves.
- The tree-structure icons, entry icons and scrollbar icons have
been redrawn to create a common theme (applet-tree).
- Drag the apple on the right-hand scrollbar to operate the scrolling.
- A shadow-effect border has been placed around the applet.
- A small box has been chosen for the applet.
- If you click on some of the "page" entries (in the "test" folder,
each marked "style..."), you will see the fruit going through phases
of being eaten - this is the history-tracking feature marking active
and visited pages.
- To find out more, continue to the next sliding menu applet demo...