Ahh after publishing jQuery toolbar, I am glad to come up with yet another jQuery plug-in for top-level navigation. One of my readers commented to show a simple snippet for showing how can a jQuery be implemented in SAP Portal. Though I have mentioned SAP, the plug-in I am posting today it independent of SAP and can be implemented on any website. There’s a small tweak you need to do in order to implement this functionality in SAP Portal TLN. And believe me, I have made it so easy, that even a newbie could do it.
Demo Page URL (Please note, this menu would work in IE6+ only. I am working on Mozilla bug-fix and would quickly update it)
So Ram, this for you Let’s get the design rolling!!
What are the jQuery functions we’re going to use?
- “.hover” is the major function that we would be using for triggering the dropdown effect.
- “.slideDown” & “.slideUp” are the two function that will actually geenrate the dropdown effect.
- Content Administration
- User Administration
- System Administration
- Content Management
- Other Roles
Changes for implementing jQuery TLN in SAP Netweaver Portal
Instead of using the HTML code which I have posted above, you have to use navigation tags for fetching the parent node and child nodes.
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