The only difference between this and an earlier example (Multiple horizontal menus, with selectable loader) is that there is virtually no gap between rows here, and an expanding image overlaps the neighbouring rows.
HTML5 version of preceding example, utilising ‘data-‘ attributes to set options, and calling $( ).jqdock() instead of $( ).jqDock().
Horizontal & vertical menus of links, with a ‘top’ level activating 1 or more of 3 ‘sub-levels’. Out-of-sight menus are positioned outside the viewport.
Horizontal menu of links with ‘top’ alignment, using setLabel to set and permanently show labels, *without* setting the ‘labels’ option!
Horizontal menu of links, with the links actually active (ie. not intercepted by my default click handler!) and calling other examples.
Five horizontal menus, each with 5 elements and a 1 second fade-in. The loader option can be changed to test against different browsers.
Horizontal and vertical menu : the vertical menu is completely and solely controlled by the horizontal menu (of links).
Horizontal menu (of links) at the top, vertical menu on the right, both with labels enabled.
Horizontal menu of links, with an initially ‘active’ item. The dock is asleep at the start (onReady returning false), and the ‘active’ item can be toggled by clicking.
Horizontal menu (of links), which can be frozen by clicking any image; clicking again un-freezes it.