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apMenu applet

A very small (4Kb), fast applet for vertical/ horizontal menu with impressive mouseover and fade effects. It supports colors, fonts, tiled image background, target frames, javascript, sound and 12 different fade types. It is flexible, easy-to-use and free. Java source code is available. For more info see apMenu examples and parameters. Download apMenu.

apButtonMenu applet

Fast loading (single file is only 4Kb) applet for vertical/ horizontal button menu with mouseover effect. It supports colors, fonts, separators, target frames, javascript, sound and 6 different button types. Very easy-to-use and free. Java source code is available. Setup is the same as apMenu. For more info see apButtonMenu examples and parameters. Download apButtonMenu.

apPopupMenu applet

apPopupMenu is a powerful applet for popup menu development. Menus can overlap over webpage content and has unlimited number of submenus. The applet supports colors, fonts, text alignment, separators, target frames, javascript, sound and 6 different button types. Small (6kb), easy-to-use and free. Java source code is available. Setup is the same as apMenu. For more info see apPopupMenu examples and parameters. Download apPopupMenu.

apImageMenu applet

apImageMenu allows you to create menus of any style you want. You can use both the 3-state images for each menu item and the combinations of an image, text and tiled background. The applet supports colors, fonts, text/image alignment, target frames, javascript, and sound. Small (4kb), easy-to-use and free. Java source code is available. Setup is the same as apMenu. For more info see apImageMenu examples and parameters. Download apImageMenu.

Setup

* Unzip the apMenu package .
* Place the apMenu.jar file in the directory containing the HTML document into which you want to insert the applet (or into a different directory, and add the correct CODEBASE= attribute). It's not necessary to have .class file if you have apMenu.jar.
* Add the applet tag to your HTML document in the position you want "apMenu" to appear. Usually the easiest way to customize the applet is cut and paste the applet tag information used in the examples and modify it to fit your web page. 
If you see a "class not found" message, this means what your browser can't find the .jar file specified. This may mean a spelling or Case seNSitiVe mistake in the CODE= or ARCHIVE= attribute, the wrong location in the CODEBASE= attribute, or that you've forgotten to copy the .jar file (apMenu.jar) to the necessary directory.
* To add frame support edit "menuItems" parameter as shown:  {ItemText,ItemLink,Frame}. 
So {Home,home.htm,left} would display "Home" and make the frame called "left" go to "home.htm" on clicking. See also Using apMenu with frames example.
* To enable Javascript support see JavaScript Tips.

Ordering

This applets may be used freely for noncommercial purposes. However free version displays apMenu url in the browser's status bar. It is a violation of license agreement to intentionally overwrite this message. The applets will disable this item, when running from local drive only. If you want to use the applets on a commercial site you need to order the registered version of the apMenus. The purchased version does not display the apMenu url. Also you can order the Java source code of the apMenus. For more informations see apMenus Order Page.

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