Here you can see the three fields Normal, Hover, and
Selected. These fields represent three statuses of a menu item: Normal
corresponds to the display of a menu item without mouse
contact, Hover the display when the mouse is
positioned above it, and Selected the display of a
selected menu item. Therefore, you can define every status of a menu
In the example shown below, the menu item Extras is
selected; the menu item Policy Browser is
currently in contact with the mouse. All additional menu items will be
displayed in the way as has been defined for the status Normal.
In the lower area you will see the white of the background, which has
been set for the total area of the tree menu.
As with the general background, you can select a
background color and an image, which will serve as the background for
the individual menu items.
If you click on the Font link to the right, you
can change the Font of the menu items. Fonts that
have not been installed can be directly entered to the edit field. A
click on Select font type opens a dialog in which
all installed fonts will be listed and can be comfortably selected.
Underneath, enter the Font size. In the selection
list to the right of the edit field, select the unit Pixels,
em, or Percent. The Font
color can be selected, just as you previously did with the
background color. In Font type you will decide if
the text should be displayed normally or in bold. As Text
decoration, underlining or none (no text decoration) can be selected.
With a click on border a border can be defined
around the individual menu items.
With a click on spacings spacings can also be controlled as in the
with the difference that the spacings will not be
seen for the total area of the tree menu; rather, in relation to the
individual menu item.