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Sliding menu: iSlide Pro Expanding Buttons
Exposed Methods
 
This page is for programmers only. If you aren't a programmer, don't worry - none of this is essential for using the applet. This is just extra stuff for programmers.
 
Exposed methods are for manipulating an applet from your own javascripts while the applet is running. To make an applet accessible to javascript, you must give it a name in the applet tag - e.g. "NAME=islide". Once your have done this, the applet can be found in javascript using "document.islide". Until the applet has loaded, the document.islide object will not exist, so do not try to access it. TIP: test for document.islide==null. Once it has loaded, you can access exposed methods like this: document.islide.method().
 

 

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The name of this java menu is iSlide Pro Expanding Buttons. It is a sliding java menu with nested GIF/JPG defined enclosing graphics.

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  DEMOS OF THIS MENU

Sliding menu: "Bordered vegetation" - submenu visualisation with expanding button at the first level and a tree effect for the second level (demo #3400)

Sliding menu: "Blue/white inset panel" - expanding panel style of submenu visualisation (demo #3401)

Sliding menu: "Capacity Demonstration" - shows around 3000 menu items (demo #3402)

Sliding menu: "Orange Leaf (1)" - unique imint hook style of displaying double submenus compactly (demo #3403)

Sliding menu: "Orange Leaf (2)" - with scroll/border (demo #3404)

Sliding menu: "Subspace" - hook style submenu visualisation (demo #3405)

Sliding menu: "Wood" - hook style submenu visualisation (demo #3406)

Sliding menu: "Minimal " - hook style submenu visualisation; white background (demo #3407)

Sliding menu: "Cellphone (1)" - design by Michael Albers (demo #3408)

Sliding menu: "Simple, green with text shadow" - using default buttons; expanding button style (demo #3409)

Sliding menu: "Sand with text shadow" - using larger default buttons with double border (demo #3410)

Sliding menu: "Colourful plastic " - (demo #3411)

Sliding menu: "Glass (1)" - design by Mara Nathanson; very small, compact buttons; hook style; for white backgrounds (demo #3412)

Sliding menu: "Glass (2)" - variation on above suitable for black backgrounds (demo #3413)

Sliding menu: "Marble (1)" - design by Mara Nathanson; hook style; for white backgrounds (demo #3414)

Sliding menu: "Marble (2)" - variation on above suitable for black backgrounds (demo #3415)

Sliding menu: "Cellphone (1)" - design by Michael Albers; sophisticated graphics with scrolls/border (demo #3416)
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