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  <h1>myMenuGen Documentation</h1>
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  <ul class="helpindex">
    <li><a href="#about">About myMenuGen</a></li>
    <li><a href="#installing">Installation instructions</a></li>
    <li class="list_subtitle"><strong>Class Methods</strong></li>
    <ul>
      <li><a href="#class_constructor">myMenuGen Class Constructor</a></li>
      <li><a href="#class_last_message">Method: last_message</a></li>
      <li><a href="#class_getVersion">Method: getVersion</a></li>
      <li><a href="#class_quote_smart">Method: quote_smart</a></li>
      <li><a href="#class_getHomePage">Method: getHomePage</a></li>
      <li><a href="#class_saveHomePage">Method: saveHomePage</a></li>
      <li><a href="#class_getPages">Method: getPages</a></li>
      <li><a href="#class_getPage">Method: getPage</a></li>
      <li><a href="#class_getThisLevels">Method: getThisLevel</a></li>
      <li><a href="#class_getMenuItem">Method: getMenuItem</a></li>
      <li><a href="#class_getParentItem">Method: getParentItem</a></li>
      <li><a href="#class_getChildItems">Method: getChildItems</a></li>
      <li><a href="#class_getMenuItemsOrdered">Method: getMenuItemsOrdered</a></li>
      <li><a href="#class_getMenuItemsID">Method: getMenuItemsID</a></li>
      <li><a href="#class_itemExists">Method: itemExists</a></li>
      <li><a href="#class_saveMenuItem">Method: saveMenuItem</a></li>
      <li><a href="#class_updateMenuItem">Method: updateMenuItem</a></li>
      <li><a href="#class_deleteMenuItem">Method: deleteMenuItem</a></li>
      <li><a href="#class_deleteAllMenuItems">Method: deleteAllMenuItems</a></li>
      <li><a href="#class_deleteRemovedMenuItems">Method: deleteRemovedMenuItems</a></li>
      <li><a href="#class_generateMenuStructure">Method: generateMenuStructure</a></li>
      <li><a href="#class_createItems">Method: createItems</a></li>
     </ul>
    <li><a href="#example">Examples</a></li>
    <li><a href="#change">Change Log</a></li>
    <li><a href="#license">License (LGPL)</a></li>
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  <h2>About myMenuGen</h2>
  <p>myMenuGen is a simple PHP class for the generation and creation of menu structures.</p>
  <p>I couldn't find anything that did all that I wanted it to, in that it allowed
    me to populate a database with the menu item structure that I wanted and then
    simply generate an UL/LI nest that would have it's look and feel described
    by CSS.</p>
  <p>The class can be used to produce just the menu structure, from a pre-populated
    database table, or be used to populate the table as well. The input example
    I have supplied uses javascript to aid input by updating the DOM with new
    table rows. Please use your own input procedures if this is not what you are
    after.</p>
  <p>The generation of the table simply creates a nested set of UL blocks and,
    combined with CSS, this allows for nested drop down menus. This works for
    both Mozilla browsers and MSIE. However, for the latter you will need to use
    an additional javascript file to help with some translations. This was created
    by Aleksandar Vacic, (www.aplus.co.yu) so for more information please go to
    his site and look at the ADxMenu details. Of course, if you have your own
    method then please use that.</p>
  <p> I hope you like it and find it useful.</p>
  <h3><u>Requirements</u></h3>
  MySQL.<br />
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  <h2>Installing myMenugen</h2>
  <p>Download the files from <a href="http://www.phpclasses.org/browse/package/3431.html" target="_blank">phpclasses.org</a>
    and unzip it to your chosen directory. The directory structure below will
    be generated.</p>
  <pre>
<u>Extracted Files</u>

/test.sql
/example.php
/classes/mymenugen_class.php
/classes/mymenugen.js
/classes/adxmenu.js (supplied by http://www.aplus.co.yu/adxmenu/)
/images/mymenu/add.png
/images/mymenu/addline.png
/images/mymenu/delete.png
/images/mymenu/down.png
/images/mymenu/up.png
/style/style.css
/style/menu.css
/style/menu4ie.css
/style/images/empty.gif
/style/images/office_xp_arrow.png
/style/images/office_xp_menu_left.png
/docs/ChangeLog.txt
/docs/help.html
/docs/LICENSE</pre>
  <p>Create a new database called 'mymenugen', or alter the example.php file to
    point to your database, and import the test.sql file to generate the tables.</p>
  <p>The only file that is required is the 'mymenugen_class.php' which can sit
    in any directory you want. The rest of the files and the directory structure
    used are just for the example file. However, as the class is designed to work
    with a css stylesheet to improve the look and feel a style.css is supplied
    as an example. Also the icons supplied are here as an example. Feel free to
    change to suit your environment.</p>
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  <h2>myMenuGen Class Constructor</h2>
  <p>The constructor initialises a number of variables that are used throughout
    the class</p>
  <pre>
    // Tables
    $this->tableName      = 'pages';
    $this->tableName2     = 'menu_items';

    // Menu Items
    $this->menu_id        = -1;
    $this->menu_title     = '';
    $this->menu_image     = '';
    $this->menu_hr        = 'no';
    $this->position       = 0;
    $this->parent_id      = -1;
    $this->external_link  = '';

    // Page Details
    $this->defaultHomepage= 100;
    $this->page_id        = -1;
    $this->page_link     = '';
    $this->page_decription= '';

    // General
    $this->debug          = false;
    $this->rootDir        = '';
    $this->new_record     = true;
    $this->version        = '1.0c';           // current version number of this class
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  <h2>Method: last_message($message)</h2>
  <p>Used for debugging purposes. Set $this->debug to <i>TRUE</i> to display debug
    messages</p>
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  <h2>Method: getVersion()</h2>
  <p>Used to display the current version of the class</p>
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  <h2>Method: quote_smart($value)</h2>
  <p>Ensures the string is safe and thwart any attempt at MySQL injection.</p>
  <p><strong>Input:</strong> $value</p>
  <p><strong>Returns:</strong> $value modified</p>
  <p><strong>Called By:</strong> saveMenuItem(), updateMenuItem()</p>
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  <h2>Method: getHomePage()</h2>
  <p>Returns the page id of the homepage</p>
  <p><strong>Input:</strong> none</p>
  <p><strong>Returns:</strong> $this-&gt;page_id or $this-&gt;defaultHomepage</p>
  <p><strong>Called By:</strong> none</p>
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  <h2>Method: saveHomePage($id)</h2>
  Calculates the number of pages, based on the total rows divided by the number
  of rows to be displayed per page.
  <p><strong>Input:</strong> $id</p>
  <p><strong>Returns:</strong> true or false</p>
  <p><strong>Called By:</strong> none</p>
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  <h2>Method: getPages()</h2>
  Fetches all the external pages with an id bewteen 100 and 399 inclusive.
  <p><strong>Input:</strong> none</p>
  <p><strong>Returns:</strong> $pageArray</p>
  <p><strong>Called By:</strong> none</p>
   <pre><u>Example</u>

$myMenu = new myMenuObject;

// Create array pagesList
$tmpString .= ' array_count  = 0;
                pagesList  = new Array();
                var myHash = {id:\'\', title:\'\'};
                pagesList[array_count++] = myHash;';

// Collect all the pages and put into an array
$tmpArray = $myMenu->getPages();
foreach($tmpArray as $val) {
  $myMenu->getPage($val);
  $tmpString .= 'var myHash = {id:\''.$myMenu->page_id.'\', title:\''.$myMenu->page_link.'\', description:\''.$myMenu->page_description.'\'};
                 pagesList[array_count++] = myHash;';
}
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  <h2>Method: getPage($id)</h2>
  Fetches single page with specified id and populates the following:
</div>
<blockquote>
  <div class="content">$this-&gt;page_id<br />
    $this-&gt;page_link<br />
    $this-&gt;page_description </div>
</blockquote>
<div class="content">
  <p><strong>Input:</strong> $id</p>
  <p><strong>Returns:</strong> true or false</p>
  <p><strong>Called By:</strong> none</p>
  <pre><u>Example</u>

$myMenu = new myMenuObject;

// Create array pagesList
$tmpString .= ' array_count  = 0;
                pagesList  = new Array();
                var myHash = {id:\'\', title:\'\'};
                pagesList[array_count++] = myHash;';

// Collect all the pages and put into an array
$tmpArray = $myMenu->getPages();
foreach($tmpArray as $val) {
  $myMenu->getPage($val);
  $tmpString .= 'var myHash = {id:\''.$myMenu->page_id.'\', title:\''.$myMenu->page_link.'\', description:\''.$myMenu->page_description.'\'};
                 pagesList[array_count++] = myHash;';
}
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  <h2>Method: getThisLevel($pid)</h2>
  Get all menu items on a particular level and return in an array
  <p><strong>Input:</strong> $pid</p>
  <p><strong>Returns:</strong> $levelArray</p>
  <p><strong>Called By:</strong> generateMenuStructure()</p>
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  <h2>Method: getMenuItem($id)</h2>
  Get menu item details
  <blockquote>
    <div class="content">$this-&gt;menu_title<br />
      $this-&gt;menu_image<br />
      $this-&gt;menu_hr<br />
      $this-&gt;position<br />
      $this-&gt;parent_id<br />
      $this-&gt;page_id<br />
      $this-&gt;page_link<br />
      $this-&gt;external_link</div>
</blockquote>

  <p><strong>Input:</strong> $id</p>
  <p><strong>Returns:</strong> true or false</p>
  <p><strong>Called By:</strong> createItems()</p>
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  <h2>Method: getParentItem($id)</h2>
  Get parent of a child item
  <p><strong>Input:</strong> $id</p>
  <p><strong>Returns:</strong> $parent_id or false</p>
  <p><strong>Called By:</strong> none</p>
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  <h2>Method: getChildItems($id)</h2>
  Get all child items for a particular parent and return the children in an array
  <p><strong>Input:</strong> $id</p>
  <p><strong>Returns:</strong> $childArray</p>
  <p><strong>Called By:</strong> createItems()</p>
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  <h2>Method: getMenuItemsOrdered()</h2>
  Get all menu items by position order
  <p><strong>Input:</strong> none</p>
  <p><strong>Returns:</strong> $idArray</p>
  <p><strong>Called By:</strong> none</p>

  <pre><u>Example</u>

$myMenu = new myMenuObject;

// Create array pagesList
$tmpString .= ' array_count  = 0;
                pagesList  = new Array();
                var myHash = {id:\'\', title:\'\'};
                pagesList[array_count++] = myHash;';

// Collect all the pages and put into an array
$tmpArray = $myMenu->getPages();
foreach($tmpArray as $val) {
  $myMenu->getPage($val);
  $tmpString .= 'var myHash = {id:\''.$myMenu->page_id.'\', title:\''.$myMenu->page_link.'\', description:\''.$myMenu->page_description.'\'};
                 pagesList[array_count++] = myHash;';
}

// Create array menuList
$tmpString .= ' array_count  = 0;
                menuList  = new Array();
                var myHash = {id:\'\', title:\'\'};
                menuList[array_count++] = myHash;';

// Collect all the menu items and put into an array
$tmpArray = $myMenu->getMenuItemsOrdered();
foreach($tmpArray as $val) {
  $myMenu->getMenuItem($val);
  $tmpString .= 'var myHash = {id:\''.$val.'\', title:\''.$myMenu->menu_title.'\'};
                 menuList[array_count++] = myHash;';
}

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  <h2>Method: getMenuItemsID()</h2>
  Get all menu items unordered and returns them in an array
  <p><strong>Inputs:</strong> none</p>
  <p><strong>Returns:</strong> $idArray</p>
  <p><strong>Called By:</strong> deleteRemovedMenuItems()</p>
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  <h2>Method: itemExists($id)</h2>
  Test if menu item exists.
<p><strong>Input:</strong> $id</p>
  <p><strong>Returns:</strong> true or false</p>
  <p><strong>Called By:</strong> none</p>
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  <h2>Method: saveMenuItem()</h2>
  Save menu item
  <p><strong>Input:</strong> none</p>
  <p><strong>Returns:</strong> none</p>
  <p><strong>Called By:</strong> none</p>
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  <h2>Method: updateMenuItem($id)</h2>
  Update menu item
  <p><strong>Input: </strong>$id</p>
  <p><strong>Returns:</strong> true or false</p>
  <p><strong>Called By:</strong> none</p>
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  <h2>Method: deleteMenuItem($id)</h2>
    Delete menu item from MySQL table
  <p><strong>Input: </strong>$id</p>
  <p><strong>Returns:</strong> true or false</p>
  <p><strong>Called By:</strong> none</p>
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  <h2>Method: deleteAllMenuItems()</h2>
  Delete all menu items by truncating menu table
  <p><strong>Input:</strong> none</p>
  <p><strong>Returns:</strong> none</p>
  <p><strong>Called By:</strong> none</p>
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  <h2>Method: generateMenuStructure($pid = 0, $breakAfter = 0)</h2>
  Build the menu structure as a series of li items. Child items will be created
  as ul/li items.  As this is a recursive call the pid and breakafter default to zero for the first level.
<p><strong>Input:</strong> $pid, $breakAfter</p>
  <p><strong>Returns:</strong> $str</p>
  <p><strong>Called By:</strong> createItems()</p>
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  <h2>Method: createItems($pid, $breakAfter)</h2>
  Called by generateMenuStructure this generates the child &lt;li&gt; items and
  returns the menu structure string to the calling method.
  <p><strong>Input:</strong> $pid, $breakafter</p>
  <p><strong>Returns:</strong> $tStr</p>
  <p><strong>Called By:</strong> generateMenuStructure()</p>
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  <h2>Examples</h2>
  <pre>
&lt;?php

$dbserver='localhost';
$dbuser='root';
$dbpwd='';
$dbase='mymenugen';

$link = mysql_connect ($dbserver, $dbuser, $dbpwd) or die ("Could not connect");
mysql_select_db($dbase);


include("classes/mymenugen_class.php"); // include myMenuGen class

$myMenu = new myMenuObject;

if(isset($_REQUEST['saveNew'])){
  $myMenu-&gt;saveHomePage($_POST['homepage']);

  $menu_id = array();
  for($j = 1; $j &lt;= $_POST['iterations']; $j++) {
    $menu_id[] = $_POST['menu_id'.$j];
  }

  $tmpArray = $myMenu-&gt;getPages();
  $myMenu-&gt;deleteRemovedMenuItems($menu_id); // Remove any existing items before saving them again
  for($j = 1; $j &lt;= $_POST['iterations']; $j++) {
    $myMenu-&gt;position   = $j;
    $myMenu-&gt;menu_title = htmlentities($_POST['menu_title'.$j], ENT_QUOTES);
    $myMenu-&gt;menu_id    = $_POST['menu_id'.$j];
    $myMenu-&gt;page_id    = $_POST['page_sel'.$j];
    $myMenu-&gt;parent_id  = $_POST['parent_id'.$j];
    $myMenu-&gt;menu_image = $_POST['menu_image'.$j];

    foreach($tmpArray as $val) {
      $myMenu-&gt;getPage($val);
      if($_POST['page_inp'.$j] == $myMenu-&gt;page_link) {
        $myMenu-&gt;page_id = $_POST['page_sel'.$j];
        break;
      } else {
        $myMenu-&gt;page_id = '';
      }
    }

    if(empty($myMenu-&gt;page_id)) {
      $myMenu-&gt;external_link = $_POST['page_inp'.$j];
    } else {
      $myMenu-&gt;external_link = '';
    }
    if(isset($_POST['menu_hr'.$j])) { $myMenu-&gt;menu_hr = 'yes'; }
    else { $myMenu-&gt;menu_hr = 'no'; }

    if($myMenu-&gt;itemExists($myMenu-&gt;menu_id) && !empty($myMenu-&gt;menu_id)) {
      $myMenu-&gt;updateMenuItem($myMenu-&gt;menu_id);
    } else {
      $myMenu-&gt;saveMenuItem();
    }
  }
}

if(count($myMenu-&gt;getMenuItemsID()) &gt; 0) { $myMenu-&gt;new_record = false; }

$tmpString  = '&lt;script type="text/javascript"&gt;
                //&lt;![CDATA[
                &lt;!--
                // Find the homepage
                var S_homepage = "";
                var S_homepage_link = "";';

// Collect the homepage identity
$homepage   = $myMenu-&gt;getHomePage();
$tmpString .= 'S_homepage       = "'.$myMenu-&gt;page_id.'";'."\n";
$tmpString .= 'S_homepage_link = "'.$myMenu-&gt;page_link.'";'."\n";
$tmpString .= 'S_homepage_desc  = "'.$myMenu-&gt;page_description.'";'."\n";

// Create array pagesList
$tmpString .= ' array_count  = 0;
                pagesList  = new Array();
                var myHash = {id:\'\', title:\'\'};
                pagesList[array_count++] = myHash;';

// Collect all the pages and put into an array
$tmpArray = $myMenu-&gt;getPages();
foreach($tmpArray as $val) {
  $myMenu-&gt;getPage($val);
  $tmpString .= 'var myHash = {id:\''.$myMenu-&gt;page_id.'\', title:\''.$myMenu-&gt;page_link.'\', description:\''.$myMenu-&gt;page_description.'\'};
                 pagesList[array_count++] = myHash;';
}

// Create array menuList
$tmpString .= ' array_count  = 0;
                menuList  = new Array();
                var myHash = {id:\'\', title:\'\'};
                menuList[array_count++] = myHash;';

// Collect all the menu items and put into an array
$tmpArray = $myMenu-&gt;getMenuItemsOrdered();
foreach($tmpArray as $val) {
  $myMenu-&gt;getMenuItem($val);
  $tmpString .= 'var myHash = {id:\''.$val.'\', title:\''.$myMenu-&gt;menu_title.'\'};
                 menuList[array_count++] = myHash;';
}

// Lookup to generate possible homepage select list and set the current homepage
$tmpString .= ' Array.prototype.lookupPage = function (id) {
                  identity=document.getElementById(id);
                  identity.options.length=this.length;
                  var i;
                  for (i=0; i &lt; this.length; i++) {
                    identity.options[i].value = this[i][\'id\'];
                    identity.options[i].text  = this[i][\'title\'];
                    if(this[i][\'id\'] == '.$homepage.')
                      identity.options[i].selected = true;
                  }
                }

                Array.prototype.lookupArray = function (id) {
                  identity=document.getElementById(id);
                  identity.options.length=this.length;
                  var i;
                  for (i=0; i &lt; this.length; i++) {
                    identity.options[i].value = this[i];
                    identity.options[i].text = this[i];
                    switch(id) {
                      case "homepage":
                        if(this[i] == S_homepage) identity.options[i].selected = true;
                        break;

                    }
                  }
                }

                function checkPage(id, titleid) {
                  identity   = document.getElementById(id);
                  target     = document.getElementById(titleid);
                  user_input = identity.options[identity.selectedIndex].value;
                  if(user_input &gt; 0) {
                    for (i=0; i &lt; pagesList.length; i++) {
                      if(pagesList[i][\'id\'] == user_input) {
                        target.value = pagesList[i][\'description\'];
                      }
                    }
                  } else {
                    target.value = \'\';
                  }
                }

                onload=function() {
                  checkPage(\'homepage\', \'homepageDesc\');
                }

                //--&gt;
                //]]&gt;
              &lt;/script&gt;

              &lt;form name="form1" method="post" action="'.$_SERVER['PHP_SELF'].'"&gt;
                &lt;div id="searchLayout"&gt;
                  &lt;table cellspacing="0"&gt;
                    &lt;tr&gt;
                      &lt;td width="10%"&gt;&lt;b&gt;Homepage&lt;/b&gt;&lt;/td&gt;
                      &lt;td width="20%"&gt;
                        &lt;select tabindex="1" id="homepage" name="homepage" onchange="checkPage(\'homepage\', \'homepageDesc\')" style="width: 200px;"&gt;
                          &lt;option&gt;&lt;/option&gt;
                        &lt;/select&gt;
                        &lt;script type="text/javascript"&gt;
                          //&lt;![CDATA[
                          pagesList.lookupPage(\'homepage\');
                          //]]&gt;
                        &lt;/script&gt;
                      &lt;/td&gt;
                      &lt;td align="right"&gt;&lt;input id="homepageDesc" name="homepageDesc" type="text" size="60" value="" readonly="readonly"&gt;&lt;/td&gt;
                    &lt;/tr&gt;
                  &lt;/table&gt;
                &lt;/div&gt;

                &lt;div id="searchLayout"&gt;
                  &lt;table id="tblMenus"&gt;
                    &lt;thead&gt;
                      &lt;tr class="noPrint" &gt;
                        &lt;td colspan="12"&gt;&lt;h4&gt;Menu Items&lt;/h4&gt;&lt;/td&gt;
                      &lt;/tr&gt;
                      &lt;tr id="tblMenusHdr"&gt;
                        &lt;td width="4%"&gt;&lt;b&gt;Ord&lt;/b&gt;&lt;/td&gt;
                        &lt;td width="26%"&gt;&lt;b&gt;Menu Title&lt;/b&gt;&lt;/td&gt;
                        &lt;td width="23%"&gt;&lt;b&gt;Page Link&lt;/b&gt;&lt;/td&gt;
                        &lt;td width="23%"&gt;&lt;b&gt;Item Parent&lt;/b&gt;&lt;/td&gt;
                        &lt;td width="20%"&gt;&lt;b&gt;Item Image&lt;/b&gt;&lt;/td&gt;
                        &lt;td width="6%" align="center"&gt;&lt;b&gt;Break After&lt;/b&gt;&lt;/td&gt;
                        &lt;td width="8%" colspan="5" align="right"&gt;
                          &lt;a href="#" onclick="insertRowToTableEnd();" title="Add new item"&gt;
                            &lt;img src="'.$myMenu-&gt;rootDir.'images/mymenu/addline.png" class="noPrint"
                                 alt="Add new line at the end of the list" height="24px" width="24px" /&gt;
                          &lt;/a&gt;
                        &lt;/td&gt;
                      &lt;/tr&gt;
                    &lt;/thead&gt;
                    &lt;tbody&gt;&lt;/tbody&gt;
                  &lt;/table&gt;
                  &lt;p&gt;
                    &lt;br /&gt;
                    &lt;div style="float: left;"&gt;&lt;input type="submit" id="cancel" name="cancel" class="noPrint" value="Cancel" /&gt;&lt;/div&gt;
                    &lt;div style="float: right;"&gt;&lt;input type="submit" id="saveNew" name="saveNew" class="noPrint" value="Submit" /&gt;&lt;/div&gt;
                    &lt;input type="hidden" name="iterations" id="iterations" value="0" /&gt;
                  &lt;/p&gt;
                &lt;/div&gt;
              &lt;/form&gt;

              &lt;script src="classes/mymenugen.js" type="text/javascript"&gt;&lt;/script&gt;
              &lt;script language="javascript" type="text/javascript"&gt;
                //&lt;![CDATA[
                &lt;!--
                ';
                  if($myMenu-&gt;new_record) {
                    $tmpString .= 'fillInRows(1, pagesList, menuList);';
                  } else {
                    $tmpString .= 'fillInRows(0, null);';
                    $tmpArray = $myMenu-&gt;getMenuItemsOrdered();
                    foreach($tmpArray as $val) {
                      $myMenu-&gt;getMenuItem($val);
                      $tmpString .= 'addRowToTable(null,&quot;'.addslashes(html_entity_decode($myMenu-&gt;menu_title, ENT_QUOTES)).'&quot;, pagesList, menuList,
                                                   &quot;'.$myMenu-&gt;page_link.'&quot;, &quot;'.$myMenu-&gt;menu_image.'&quot;, &quot;'.$myMenu-&gt;menu_hr.'&quot;, &quot;'.$myMenu-&gt;parent_id.'&quot;,
                                                   &quot;'.$myMenu-&gt;page_id.'&quot;, &quot;'.$val.'&quot;);';
                    }
                  }
                  $tmpString .= ' //--&gt;
                //]]&gt;
              &lt;/script&gt;';


echo '&lt;!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
      "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"&gt;
      &lt;html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" &gt;
        &lt;head&gt;
          &lt;title&gt;myMenuGen&lt;/title&gt;
          &lt;meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1" /&gt;
          &lt;style type="text/css" title="currentStyle" media="screen"&gt;
            @import url(style/style.css);
            @import url(style/menu.css);
          &lt;/style&gt;
          &lt;!--[if IE 7]&gt;
          &lt;style type="text/css" media="screen, tv, projection"&gt;
          /*&lt;![CDATA[*/
          .menu { zoom: 1; }
          /*]]&gt;*/
          &lt;/style&gt;
          &lt;![endif]--&gt;

          &lt;!--[if lte IE 6]&gt;
          &lt;style type="text/css" media="screen, tv, projection"&gt;
            @import url(style/menu4ie.css);
          &lt;/style&gt;
          &lt;script src="classes/adxmenu.js" type="text/javascript"&gt;&lt;/script&gt;
          &lt;![endif]--&gt;
        &lt;/head&gt;
        &lt;body&gt;';

echo $myMenu-&gt;getVersion();
echo '&lt;h2&gt;Example Menu&lt;/h2&gt;';
echo '&lt;div id="bcsMenu"&gt;';
echo '&lt;ul class="adxm menu"&gt;';
echo $myMenu-&gt;generateMenuStructure();
echo '&lt;/ul&gt;';
echo '&lt;/div&gt;';


echo '&lt;h2&gt;Menu Generation Form&lt;/h2&gt;';
echo $tmpString;

echo '  &lt;/body&gt;
      &lt;/html&gt;';


?&gt;
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26-07-2007  Peter C Barkway (version 1.0d)
  Modified mymenugen.js file to improve the combobox facility and make it look more like a proper dropdown.  Now relies
  on css formatting. See style.css mmg_comboInput and mmg_comboSelect elements.  Also all other fields are defined in css
  and thereby give flexibility over images, etc.

  Files updated:  classes/mymenugen.js
                  style/style.css
                  docs/help.html

04-07-2007  Peter C Barkway (version 1.0c)
  Modified 'Page Link' field to a combobox so that user can enter either an external link or choose from select list.
  This meant an update to the file mymenugen.js and an additional column of 'external_link' in the sql table
  'mymenugen_menu_items'.  The file style.css has been updated to reflect the button layout for combobox and the class file,
  the help file and the example.php file has been updated to reflect changes.

  Files updated:  classes/mymenugen_class.php
                  classes/mymenugen.js
                  style/style.css
                  docs/help.html
                  example.php

08-02-2007  Peter C Barkway (version 1.0b)
  Created extra fields in menu_items table (image & hr_line) to enable XP look and feel

15-11-2006  Peter C Barkway (version 1.0a)
  * First release of myMenuGen.
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