cuppaTOC3 is a folder-based tree menu navigation
applet that can display a large number of content lines in a compact browser
space. Content items can span upto two lines. Frames-based navigation with
an option to specify the targetframe for each content item is supported.
An icon image can be optionally specified for each content item. The applet
also has an option to configure the applet to work in conventional tree
mode. The applet reads data from the applet tag.
A basic example
for the applet is shown in the left frame of this
page. The data for this example is read from the value of the applet
param TOCDATA. A list of param options and their
usage is available
on the 'doc' item to display the document. Single-click on the 'folder'
item to open/close. Note that when a folder item is clicked, all other open
folders will be closed. This feature enables presenting a large number
of content lines in a compact browser space. The applet has a "sync-to-doc" feature
where clicking on the 'Home' key on the keyboard synchronizes the applet to the currently open
A background image can be optionally specified. Here
is an example.
Content items can be displayed in two lines as shown
data for this example is read from the value of the applet param TOCDATA.
The applet also has the option to specify icon images
for content items. Here is an example.
The data for this example is read from the value of the applet param TOCDATA.
The param options for this case is described here.
The applet can also be configured to work like a
conventional tree menu. Here is an example.
Please note the use of the param ISCOMPACT. With the mouse focus on the
applet area, click on the 'Home' key on the keyboard to close all the folders.
If you are interested in testing this applet
locally, here is the zip file,
(33K). (NOTE: When you click on this link
you might see a new page containing the actual download link).
This version can display upto 1000 content lines with the first content
line displaying "cuppaTOC3 Info". The registered
version of the applet has no limits to the number of content lines.