I was asked if it was possible to sit the menu on a 3D-type base, similar to another ‘Dock’ plugin for jQuery. The answer is … Yes.
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 in top-left corner, with ‘flow’ enabled; menu and surrounding elements are floated left.
Vertical menu on left-hand edge, with ‘flow’ enabled; the dock no longer takes up its maximum (fully expanded) required space, and does not auto-center.
Horizontal menu with labels : labels are positioned off the bottom of the images, and are also coloured using the setLabel option
Horizontal menu with labels : image titles have no HTML (for W3C validation) and the labels are formatted in a function supplied as setLabel option
Horizontal menu, initially out of sight; 7 second idle period, initiating a slide up and fade, reinstated by mouseover of custom element prepared in onReady().
Horizontal menu; 6 second idle period, initiating a slide up and lock; locked menu must be ‘unlocked’ before it can be slid back into view.
Horizontal menu; 7 second idle period, initiating a slide up, reinstated by mouseover of a custom element prepared on ‘dockshow’.
Horizontal menu; 6 second idle period, after which the dock slides up, reinstated by mouseover of the original menu element.