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Q: I bought on September 28th the complete pack DHTML Menus after having tried it for an application which is not a site but which contains HTML pages and css menu hover which were made with DHTML Tree.  

I deleted the trial version and installed the definitive version.  

I placed the key the Var key = "XXXXXXXXX; in each of my menus (three in everything) and I replaced dtree.js, dtree_add.js and dtree_dyn.js by those of the new version in each directory  

Now when I relaunching I have another message which appears in the top of the menus...  


Is these key has a relationship with the name of the site indicated during the order? By reading again the information I indicated the name of my site but it is not for this site that I wished the css menu hover, only for this application which has no precise name...

A: See, you should register the menu for a domain name or for IP address.
In other words, you should register the css menu hover for the domain name that you print in a browser's search string, for example:


But you menu won't work on a local machine, for example
with Single or Multiple licenses.

If you want to use the css menu hover with an application that doesn't have a fixed domain name you should buy Developer License.

With the Developer license you can use the css menu hover on an unlimited number of Internet or Intranet sites and on the local machines. This version of the script doesn't check keys and it isn't bound to a domain name, so it can be used with an application that doesn't have a fixed domain name.

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