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File: menu.php3
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Description: Menu setup and instantiation
Class: basicMenu
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Date: 22 years ago
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<?php /* ============================================================== This script is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. Copyright (c) 2000 Pierre Marceau. You may freely use and redistribute under the terms of the GNU General Public License. -------------------------------------------------------------- Class basicmenu - http://www.skynet.ca/~pierre/ Written on May 14, 2000, under PHP 4.0 RC1 ModPHP and IE 5.0. Tested NN 4.6 and PHP 3.14 Win2000 IIS 5.0 ... ok. Comments, suggestions and bug reports welcome! ============================================================== */ require "basicmenu.inc"; $mymenu = new basicmenu; $mymenu->myfontsize = "9"; // font point size $mymenu->mySearchFieldSize = "3"; // search field size $mymenu->mymenuwidth = "90"; // menu pixels wide $mymenu->mycolor = "navajowhite"; // text color $mymenu->myactivecolor = "white"; // active text color $mymenu->mybgcolor = "red"; // background color $mymenu->mystartpage = "http://phpclasses.upperdesign.com/"; // initial page to load /* Though technically not required, long lines can be assigned to variables to avoid having super long and messy lines in the menu code. */ $homepage = "<font color=\"gold\" size=\"+1\">Home</font>"; $longMenuItem = "<i><b><font size=\"+2\">PHP</font></b></i>"; $evenLongerMenuItem = "<marquee><i><b><font color=\"white\" size=\"-2". "\">&copy;2000 Pierre Marceau</font></b></i>". "</marquee>"; /* You can have <hr> type separator lines in your menu, simply use LINE1 as the array 'key', the corresponding 'value' can be "". Array keys must be unique so when you need multiple separator lines, key them like this LINE1, LINE2 ... LINE9 if you use up 1 thru 9 go ahead and use A thru Z. If you use up A thru Z then, IMHO, you have too many separator lines in your menu. (Then again, you already reached that point when you used up LINE9.) SEARCH is another special 'key', set its corresponding 'value' to the search engine you will submit to. Study and, if need be, modify the class to get this feature working. As you will see, the variable $bmquery is sent via post method to the search page. This page will do what it does with this variable and send back the results, but thats another subject. */ $mymenu->mylinks[$homepage] = "/"; $mymenu->mylinks["LINE1"] = ""; $mymenu->mylinks["Classes"] = "http://phpclasses.upperdesign.com/"; $mymenu->mylinks[$longMenuItem] = "http://www.php.net/"; $mymenu->mylinks["Weberdev"] = "http://www.weberdev.com/"; $mymenu->mylinks["<kbd>GNU</kbd>"] = "http://www.gnu.org/"; $mymenu->mylinks["LINE2"] = ""; $mymenu->mylinks["EditPHP"] = "http://www.skynet.ca/~pierre/"; $mymenu->mylinks["Lycos"] = "http://www.lycos.com/"; $mymenu->mylinks["LINE3"] = ""; $mymenu->mylinks[$evenLongerMenuItem] = "http://www.skynet.ca/~pierre/"; $mymenu->mylinks["LINE4"] = ""; $mymenu->mylinks["SEARCH"] = "http://www.mysite.com/mySearchEngine.php3"; $mymenu->main(); ?>