Firstly, my drop-down menus use simple semantic HTML in the form of a div containing a nested list (one list within another).
Here is the HTML: /* Main menu settings */ #centeredmenu /* Top menu items */ #centeredmenu ul #centeredmenu ul li #centeredmenu ul li a #centeredmenu ul li.active a #centeredmenu ul li a:hover #centeredmenu ul li:hover a, #centeredmenu ul li.hover a /* Submenu items */ #centeredmenu ul ul #centeredmenu ul ul li #centeredmenu ul ul li a, #centeredmenu ul li.active li a, #centeredmenu ul li:hover ul li a, #centeredmenu ul li.hover ul li a #centeredmenu ul ul li a:hover, #centeredmenu ul li.active ul li a:hover, #centeredmenu ul li:hover ul li a:hover, #centeredmenu ul li.hover ul li a:hover /* Flip the last submenu so it stays within the page */ #centeredmenu ul /* Make the sub menus appear on hover */ #centeredmenu ul li:hover ul, #centeredmenu ul li.hover ul on the last submenu ul element.
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1) Open Drop Down Menu software and click "Add item" and "Add submenu" buttons situated on the Drop Down Menu Toolbar to create your menu. Select item by clicking it and change button appearance for normal and hover states and set buttons link properties and link target attributes on the "Main menu" tab. Select submenu's item by clicking it and change submenu's appearance for normal and hover states and set submenu's item link properties and link target attributes on the "Submenu" tab.
The problem is that with JS I am checking if a user has selected one of the options available in drop down menu is so the form can be submitted else display a warning. Give a value="f" to the first option which displays "PLEASE SELECT workshop" so if at the submission of the form the value of this drop down menu == f return false else submit the form.
now if at the submission the value ==f the error is displayed but if the value is not == f and i select one of the values from drop down menu i cannot proceed with the submission its does not allow me PHP code: The problem becomes that The Inner HTML message displays only for forex and get twisted around i.e.
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This happens because the invisible ul element sometimes extends off the righthand edge of the visible page. Luckily we can prevent the righthand overflow by horizontally flipping the menu elements so the ul extends off the left side of the screen instead.
if forex is not selected it shows the message choose forex workshop if i choose the forex workshop it then shows choose binary workshop : D previously you are using like this var sel=Element By Id('fx').value="Forex"; so option id you are using use select id because value will store on select id only so use this var sel=Element By Id(' Forex').value; and remaining code is same i have done java Script drop-down validation in drop down value is "select one" in that time give you messages "please select your value ".
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