Package com.w4t.dhtml.menustyle

This packages contains type defintions for style setting encapsulation for the DHTML menu components.

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Class Summary
MenuBarStyle encapsulates the style attributes of the MenuBar (as border settings etc.)
MenuButtonActiveStyle encapsulates the attributes of the button which belongs to a menu and is displayed in the menu bar, when it is pressed down (when the corresponding menu is expanded).
MenuButtonDisabledStyle encapsulates the attributes of the button which belongs to a menu and is displayed in the menu bar, when it is disabled (i.e. no menu items belong to it or it is programmatically disabled via setEnabled( false ) ).
MenuButtonEnabledStyle encapsulates the attributes of the button which belongs to a menu and is displayed in the menu bar.
MenuButtonHoverStyle encapsulates the attributes of the button which belongs to a menu and is displayed in the menu bar, when the mouse pointer is moved over it (not supported by all browsers).
MenuItemDisabledStyle encapsulates the attributes of the disabled menu item.
MenuItemEnabledStyle encapsulates the attributes of the enabled menu item.
MenuItemHoverStyle encapsulates the attributes of the menu item, when the mouse pointer is moved over it (not supported by all browsers).
MenuLabeledProperties the superclass of all style objects for menu components with labels.
MenuPopupStyle encapsulates the attributes of the area of the menu on which the menu items are placed.
MenuProperties the superclass of all style objects for menu components.
 

Package com.w4t.dhtml.menustyle Description

This packages contains type defintions for style setting encapsulation for the DHTML menu components.

Menu components are based on DHTML and must rely for their proper functioning on some preconfigured style settings. Styles may not be edited in entirely arbitrary ways therefore. The types defined in this package provide setters and getters for style properties that can be customized without slighting the functionality of the menu components.

The image below show a menu in a typical user interface. The areas with the corresponding Style classes are marked (with the exception of a hovered MenuButton, for which MenuButtonHoverStyle applies.)