JavaScript Menu, DHTML Menu Powered By Milonic
Dynamic Context Menus
for use with Milonic Solutions' DHTML Menu V5
This example was posted to augment the discussions in this thread and this thread, in the "Help and Support for Version 5" forum.

Context Right Click Menu

The Context Right Click Menu is a special menu that only works on certain browsers. The problem is due to the inability to capture the right mouse click on Internet Explorer for Apple Macs. The Context Right Click Menu is completely independent of all other HTML objects and can be positioned on the page in a number of ways.

The mm_toggleContextMenu Function allows the implementation of a different context menu when the right click is performed on a link

To activate the default context menu right-click anywhere off of a link.
To activate the alternate context menu for links, right-click on a link (e.g., Google or Yahoo ... or any other link to a different page) to get a different context menu for links, which will include functions for "Open" and "Open in a New Window."

Please note that users of Microsoft Windows XP with Service Pack 2 will need to unblock this page in order to see the menu. The reason for this is due to the fact that the menu has been written in JavaScript. This feature is considered unsafe when used locally and Service Pack 2 now blocks this by default for your safety. This only happens when you run the menu on a local machine, live use on the Internet will not be affected. Milonic Solutions Ltd assure you that there is absolutely no danger of allowing content from the DHTML Menu provided it has been downloaded from

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Download  mm_toggleContextMenu() sample
You must also download the   contextmenu.js  module