Navigation Bar Tabs (apTabMenu)
Navigation Bar Tabs provide an obvious and friendly tabbed interface for your site,
very familiar to most visitors. The script gives you a quantity of tab sorts - from
simple border tabs to Windows-like 3D tabs.
both with frames and w/o frames. Small and very easy-to-use.
Java source code is available.
Navigation Bar Tabs Examples/Templates
- Aqua bar - shows using menu with frames, item icons
- 3D tabs - 4 rows of 3D tabs with embossed item text
- XP-style tabs - XP tabs with mouseover and click sounds
- Widows tabs - Windows-like 3D tabs with icon and disabled item
- Shadowed borders - border tabs with shadow and 3D text
- 6 tab types
- Support for frames - see frame example
- User-definable font style, font size and font face
- Image icons
- Color parameters for normal and mouseover state of text and tab
- Ability to use system colors of OS for color parameters
- Mouseover and click sounds
- Inactive/disabled items
- User-definable default selected tab
- Color parameter for borders
- Menu structure can be loaded from an external txt file
- User-definable delimiter for "menuItems" param
- 3D text effects (normal and mouseover text shadow)
- User defined browser's status string
- User-definable loading message
- Toggle mode
- Tiled image background
How to Setup
- Place the .class file in the directory containing the HTML page into which
you want to insert the menu. You can place the class into a different directory
and correct the path in the CODEBASE= parameter, for example:
<applet Code=apMenu.class Codebase="different/directory/" Width=480 Height=31>
<applet Code=apMenu.class Codebase="http://yoursite.com/" Width=480 Height=31>
If you see a "class not found" message, this means what your browser can't find
the .class file specified. This may mean a spelling or Case seNSitiVe mistake
in the CODE= parameter, a wrong location in the CODEBASE, or that you've
forgotten to copy the .class file to the necessary directory.
- Cut and paste the applet tag used in the example (under "HTML source"
title) to your HTML page in a position you want the menu to appear.
- Modify menu parameters to fit your web site style and needs. The
common syntax for menu parameters is:
<param name="ParameterName" value="ParameterValue">
For more info about parameters see menu
- Some examples use external resources for menu (images - gif and jpg
files; sounds - au files; txt files with menu items), so it's necessary to copy
these files to appropriate directories according paths used in the menu
This trial version of
Apycom Java Menus and Buttons may be used for evaluation purposes only for a
period of 30 days.
Evaluation use includes the review and or customization of the software on one
local computer. This software may not be placed on the internet or a local
intranet site for viewing and or use by multiple persons.
The purchased version includes a license to place the software on publicly accessible web pages and
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