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Java Navigation Tree

I'm not a java programmer but I would like to have a java applet window pop up on request out of my webpage with a Java expandible navigation tree.

I've done quite a few searches of the web and found a lot of free ones but always with strings attached.  Does anyone know where I can download one?

I would like it to look and act like this: http://www.helpinghand.com/java.htm
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douglaskarr
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kollegovCommented:
You are welcome to try any of my applets:

http://come.to/vmax
follow links Applets->Menu

VmaxNavII applet
VmaxTree
VMaxNav

One more is HotMenu applet
at http://www.netfx.com/~vmax



One more tree is at www.openCube.com
Have fun
VMax
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douglaskarrAuthor Commented:
Wow... a reply from the "VMax".  Your applet is THE applet I downloaded and tested at www.helpinghand.com/java.htm

I actually downloaded and tested about 25 different ones over the last month.

The work you did is brilliant.  It's absolutely the easiest tool I used.

I cut and pasted the HTML from your sample page into my page (above).  Note the error I get:
SSI error: Unknown tag 'geoguide'

I don't mind the "Get this Applet" that was added at the bottom.  Here's some things I would like to know if you can do though:

Any way to put mailto: links in it?
Any way to configure the applet with a parent/child window/frame where the menu always opens the links in the same child window or frame?

www.helpinghand.com is my money pit.  I don't sell advertising or make money on it.  I do want to improve it's functionality though.  Could you help?  I will be more than willing to give you full credit.

You can e-mail me at doug@helpinghand.com

Thanks,
Doug
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douglaskarrAuthor Commented:
Ignre the "Error" above - I found where I made a mistake on the page.

Thanks,
Doug
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kollegovCommented:
remove this line from html
<!--#geoguide-->
this is SSI which includes geoguide bunners...

Nope, thee is no way to put mailto:
directly.
But most of my latest applets support js calls, so you can use links like
"Javascript:window.location='mailto:some@mail.com'"
this will envoke mailto: through Javascript call..

For frame support set TARGET to the name of frame where you would like to open document.
Most of applets have target separate for each link (as a token in item definition parameter string)
but some have one common parameter TARGET, for details, please look into docs of applet you choosed..

All my applets are done so that even
beginners use them without problems.
Most simple for use may be VMaxTree applet. Most wired is VMaxNavII.

Almost any of my applets can be used absolutely free untill you use it with key "Free Version" which add link to my site in the applet someway.

You are welcome to use any of it.
If you would have any specific questions, you can e-mail me through contact form at my site...

VMax.
PS downloads links are in navigation
frame below each applet..


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