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Posted on 2006-06-23
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In my ASP.Net 1.1 C# application, I am generating a menu dynamically and adding it as
text in a literal control.  However, the code is not working.  I am getting a
"document is null[...] or not an object " page error.

Please take a look at what is generated and let me know if you see the cause.
Thanks!

This is the menu item the drop downs are generated for:

<A onmouseover="switchImage('nav8','navOn[8]');MM_showMenu(window.mm_menu_testimonials,<%=JavaMenuX%>,<%=JavaMenuY%>,null,'testimonials');" onmouseout="switchImage('nav8','navOff[8]');MM_startTimeout();" href="#">
      <img height=30 id="testimonials" name="testimonials" src='<%= ResolveUrl("~/Images/nav_testimonials_off.jpg") %>' width=129 border=0 >
</A>

This is the generated menu code:

<script>window.mm_menu_testimonials = new Menu("testimonials",150,20,'verdana','10','#671215','#000000','#faf0e6','#f8ede4','left','middle',  3,  0,  1000,  0,  0,true,false,true,3  ,true,true);
            mm_menu_testimonials.addMenuItem("Mission","location='/content/Mission.aspx'");
            mm_menu_testimonials.bgColor='#FFFFFF';
            mm_menu_testimonials.hideOnMouseOut=true;
            mm_menu_testimonials.menuBorder=0;
            mm_menu_testimonials.menuLiteBgColor='#FFFFFF';
            mm_menu_testimonials.menuBorderBgColor='#FFFFFF';
            mm_menu_testimonials.addMenuItem("Management","location='/content/Management.aspx'");
            mm_menu_testimonials.bgColor='#FFFFFF';
            mm_menu_testimonials.hideOnMouseOut=true;
            mm_menu_testimonials.menuBorder=0;
            mm_menu_testimonials.menuLiteBgColor='#FFFFFF';
            mm_menu_testimonials.menuBorderBgColor='#FFFFFF';
            mm_menu_testimonials.addMenuItem("Careers","location='/content/Careers.aspx'");
            mm_menu_testimonials.bgColor='#FFFFFF';
            mm_menu_testimonials.hideOnMouseOut=true;
            mm_menu_testimonials.menuBorder=0;
            mm_menu_testimonials.menuLiteBgColor='#FFFFFF';
            mm_menu_testimonials.menuBorderBgColor='#FFFFFF';
            mm_menu_testimonials.addMenuItem("ContactUs","location='/ContactUs.aspx'");
            mm_menu_testimonials.bgColor='#FFFFFF';
            mm_menu_testimonials.hideOnMouseOut=true;
            mm_menu_testimonials.menuBorder=0;
            mm_menu_testimonials.menuLiteBgColor='#FFFFFF';
            mm_menu_testimonials.menuBorderBgColor='#FFFFFF';writeMenu();</script>
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Question by:JeffDrummond
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by:JeffDrummond
ID: 16971262
I found one problem.  The name being specified in the switchImage was incorrect.  
I changed nav8 to the name of the image and that works again.

Now I have an "object expected" error.

This is my updated code:

<A onmouseover="switchImage('about','navOn[11]');MM_showMenu(window.mm_menu_about,<%=JavaMenuX%>,<%=JavaMenuY%>,null,'about');" onmouseout="switchImage('about','navOff[11]');" href="#" >
                        <img id="about" name="about" height=30 src='<%= ResolveUrl("~/Images/nav_about_off.jpg") %>' width=79 border=0></A>

<script>window.mm_menu_about = new Menu("about",150,20,'verdana','10','#671215','#000000','#faf0e6','#f8ede4','left','middle',  3,  0,  1000,  0,  0,true,false,true,3  ,true,true);
            mm_menu_about.addMenuItem("Mission","location='/content/Mission.aspx'");
            mm_menu_about.bgColor='#FFFFFF';
            mm_menu_about.hideOnMouseOut=true;
            mm_menu_about.menuBorder=0;
            mm_menu_about.menuLiteBgColor='#FFFFFF';
            mm_menu_about.menuBorderBgColor='#FFFFFF';
            mm_menu_about.addMenuItem("Management","location='/content/Management.aspx'");
            mm_menu_about.bgColor='#FFFFFF';
            mm_menu_about.hideOnMouseOut=true;
            mm_menu_about.menuBorder=0;
            mm_menu_about.menuLiteBgColor='#FFFFFF';
            mm_menu_about.menuBorderBgColor='#FFFFFF';
            mm_menu_about.addMenuItem("Careers","location='/content/Careers.aspx'");
            mm_menu_about.bgColor='#FFFFFF';
            mm_menu_about.hideOnMouseOut=true;
            mm_menu_about.menuBorder=0;
            mm_menu_about.menuLiteBgColor='#FFFFFF';
            mm_menu_about.menuBorderBgColor='#FFFFFF';
            mm_menu_about.addMenuItem("ContactUs","location='/ContactUs.aspx'");
            mm_menu_about.bgColor='#FFFFFF';
            mm_menu_about.hideOnMouseOut=true;
            mm_menu_about.menuBorder=0;
            mm_menu_about.menuLiteBgColor='#FFFFFF';
            mm_menu_about.menuBorderBgColor='#FFFFFF';writeMenu();</script>
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by:callrs
ID: 16971448
'navOn[11]' --> navOn[11]

Do you need quotes? I know Javascript, not ASP, but I doubt quotes is valid for arrays..
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gops1 earned 500 total points
ID: 16974044
Can you put the generated source for this line:

<A onmouseover="switchImage('nav8','navOn[8]');MM_showMenu(window.mm_menu_testimonials,<%=JavaMenuX%>,<%=JavaMenuY%>,null,'testimonials');" onmouseout="switchImage('nav8','navOff[8]');MM_startTimeout();" href="#">
     <img height=30 id="testimonials" name="testimonials" src='<%= ResolveUrl("~/Images/nav_testimonials_off.jpg") %>' width=129 border=0 >
</A>

or try putting qoutes for you java variables:

<A onmouseover="switchImage('nav8','navOn[8]');MM_showMenu(window.mm_menu_testimonials,"<%=JavaMenuX%>","<%=JavaMenuY%>",null,'testimonials');" onmouseout="switchImage('nav8','navOff[8]');MM_startTimeout();" href="#">
     <img height=30 id="testimonials" name="testimonials" src='<%= ResolveUrl("~/Images/nav_testimonials_off.jpg") %>' width=129 border=0 >
</A>
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