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Ektron CMS400.NET Developer Reference Manual - IDIA

Ektron CMS400.NET Developer Reference Manual - IDIA

Dreamweaver Extension

Dreamweaver Extension Support Field MenuStyle Description A specified inline style that defines the root menu. For example enter the following in the MenuStyle property box: font: bold 18px Arial;color:royalblue; backgroundcolor:slateblue StyleSheet Dynamic Menu Parameter Specify the location and style sheet for the submenu. For example: \Workarea\csslib\mytest.css. Leave blank to use the default. pop_style.css is the default style sheet. It is located in \webroot\CMS400Example\Workarea\csslib. For more information on style sheets, see ”Using a Style Sheet” on page 183 The Stylesheet property can be used in conjunction with the CssClass property to define the root menu. Checks the QueryString for the menu value and replaces the menu with content when ID is specified. Leave blank to always display the menu. None - Use Default menu_ID - The control uses the menu passed as a URL parameter. 4. When completed, click insert. A graphic defines where the DHTML Menu appears on your template. Shown below is an example of the code that is inserted: Platform .NET Code View Inserting a Language Select Box For a description of the Language Select Box, see ”LanguageSelect Server Control” on page 65. To insert a Language Select Box: Ektron CMS400.NET Developer Reference Manual, Version 5.0, Revision 8 258

Dreamweaver Extension Support 1. Move the blinking cursor to the area that you want to place it. 2. From the list of Ektron CMS400.NET Functions, click Language Select 3. The Language Select box appears. 4. Use the following table to assist you with inserting a Language Select box. Field Control ID Hide Description A unique name for the function you are inserting. Used to hide a function in design time and run time. Checked = Hide function Unchecked = Show function Note: If Hide and Visible are both checked, the property is hidden. Visible Used to show or hide the function at run time. Checked = Hide function Unchecked = Show function Note: If Hide and Visible are both checked, the property is hidden. Style (Positioning Info - GridLayout) Set position information of a control as absolute, when using a GridLayout Web page. For example: style="Z-INDEX: 101; LEFT: 328px; POSITION: absolute; TOP: 240px" Ektron CMS400.NET Developer Reference Manual, Version 5.0, Revision 8 259

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Ektron CMS400.NET Developer Reference Manual
Ektron CMS400.NET Developer Reference Manual