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i have a menu using up and down arrow keys go up and down.
the menu items look rectangular.
how do i make them have slight curves in the edges along with the red border using some radius.
i want the first item to be highlighted when the page loads. pl help.
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"

 "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">

 

<html>

<head>

<title></title> 

<style type="text/css">

#menu{width:250px;}

.hi{height:35px;line-height:41px;;color:white;background-color:blue;border:2px solid red;}

.no{height:35px;line-height:41px;color:white;background-color:#0099CC;border:2px solid red;}

</style>

 

<script type="text/javascript">

window.onload=init;

function init(){

	menuTable = document.getElementById("menu");

	for( var i=0, limit=menuTable.rows.length; i < limit; ++i)

	menuTable.rows[i].cells[0].className="no";

}

 

function highlight(e){

	var key = (e.keyCode)? e.keyCode : e.which;

	var prev=0;

	for( var i=0, limit=menuTable.rows.length; i < limit; ++i)

	{

		if( menuTable.rows[i].cells[0].className=="hi")

		{

			prev=i;

			menuTable.rows[i].cells[0].className="no";

			break;

		}

	}

	if( key==38)

		prev=(--prev)%menuTable.rows.length;

	else if( key==40)

		prev=(++prev)%menuTable.rows.length;

	prev = (prev < 0 ? menuTable.rows.length-1 : prev)

	menuTable.rows[ prev ].cells[0].className="hi";	

}

</script>

</head>

<body onkeydown="highlight(event)">

	<table id="menu">

		<tbody>

			<tr><td><div>time</div></td></tr>

			<tr><td><div>jump</div></td></tr>

			<tr><td><div>go to room</div></td></tr>

			<tr><td><div>sleep well</div></td></tr>

		</tbody>

	</table>

</body>

</html>

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Question by:vidhubala
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by:sh0e
ID: 22838525

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"

 "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">

 

<html>

<head>

<title></title> 

<style type="text/css">

#menu{width:250px;}

tr{height:100px}

.hi{height:35px;line-height:41px;;color:white;background-color:blue;border:2px solid red;}

.no{height:35px;line-height:41px;color:white;background-color:#0099CC;border:2px solid red;}

</style>

<script type="text/JavaScript" src="http://www.curvycorners.net/examples/curvycorners.js"></script>  

<script type="text/javascript">

window.onload=init;

function init(){

        menuTable = document.getElementById("menu");

        for( var i=0, limit=menuTable.rows.length; i < limit; ++i)

        menuTable.rows[i].cells[0].firstChild.className="no";

        

    settings = {

      tl: { radius: 8 },

      tr: { radius: 8 },

      bl: { radius: 8 },

      br: { radius: 8 },

      antiAlias: true,

      autoPad: true

    }
 

    var divObj = document.getElementsByTagName("div");

//for(var i=0;i<divObj.length;i++)

    (new curvyCorners(settings, "no")).applyCornersToAll();

}

 

function highlight(e){

        var key = (e.keyCode)? e.keyCode : e.which;

        var prev=0;

        for( var i=0, limit=menuTable.rows.length; i < limit; ++i)

        {

                if( menuTable.rows[i].cells[0].firstChild.className=="hi")

                {

                        prev=i;

                        menuTable.rows[i].cells[0].firstChild.className="no";

                        break;

                }

        }

        if( key==38)

                prev=(--prev)%menuTable.rows.length;

        else if( key==40)

                prev=(++prev)%menuTable.rows.length;

        prev = (prev < 0 ? menuTable.rows.length-1 : prev)

        menuTable.rows[ prev ].cells[0].firstChild.className="hi"; 

}

</script>

</head>

<body onkeydown="highlight(event)">

        <table id="menu">

                <tbody>

                        <tr><td><div>time</div></td></tr>

                        <tr><td><div>jump</div></td></tr>

                        <tr><td><div>go to room</div></td></tr>

                        <tr><td><div>sleep well</div></td></tr>

                </tbody>

        </table>

</body>

</html>

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by:vidhubala
ID: 22838528
looks great in firefox. is it possible in IE6?
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sh0e earned 500 total points
ID: 22838564

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"

 "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">

 

<html>

<head>

<title></title> 

<style type="text/css">

#menu{width:250px;}

tr{height:100px}

.hi{height:35px;line-height:41px;;color:white;background-color:blue;border:2px solid red;}

.no{height:35px;line-height:41px;color:white;background-color:#0099CC;border:2px solid red;}

</style>

<script type="text/JavaScript" src="http://www.curvycorners.net/examples/curvycorners.js"></script>  

<script type="text/javascript">

window.onload=init;

function init(){

        menuTable = document.getElementById("menu");

        for( var i=0, limit=menuTable.rows.length; i < limit; ++i)

        menuTable.rows[i].cells[0].firstChild.className="no";

        

    settings = {

      tl: { radius: 8 },

      tr: { radius: 8 },

      bl: { radius: 8 },

      br: { radius: 8 },

      antiAlias: false,

      autoPad: false

    }
 

    var divObj = document.getElementsByTagName("div");

//for(var i=0;i<divObj.length;i++)

    (new curvyCorners(settings, "no")).applyCornersToAll();

}

 

function highlight(e){

        var key = (e.keyCode)? e.keyCode : e.which;

        var prev=0;

        for( var i=0, limit=menuTable.rows.length; i < limit; ++i)

        {

                if( menuTable.rows[i].cells[0].firstChild.className=="hi")

                {

                        prev=i;

                        menuTable.rows[i].cells[0].firstChild.className="no";

                        break;

                }

        }

        if( key==38)

                prev=(--prev)%menuTable.rows.length;

        else if( key==40)

                prev=(++prev)%menuTable.rows.length;

        prev = (prev < 0 ? menuTable.rows.length-1 : prev)

        menuTable.rows[ prev ].cells[0].firstChild.className="hi"; 

}

</script>

</head>

<body onkeydown="highlight(event)">

        <table id="menu">

                <tbody>

                        <tr><td><div>time</div></td></tr>

                        <tr><td><div>jump</div></td></tr>

                        <tr><td><div>go to room</div></td></tr>

                        <tr><td><div>sleep well</div></td></tr>

                </tbody>

        </table>

</body>

</html>

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by:vidhubala
ID: 31511532
classic. thanks
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Author Comment

by:vidhubala
ID: 22864882
how do i make the first item selected on load?  appreciate ur help. thanks
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