i have a menu with a few levels. i want it to remember the state when i go 'down' in one level (each time a new page is loaded, so it needs to remember). however, if i select another 'top node', and then come back to the former selected top node it remembers/expands its submenu state, which i don't want.
i can't just reset the cookie, because on each leaf-click pages are reloaded. but if i click a 'top node' i do want the menu to forget the state. is this possible? or let the cookie remember the state of maximum 1 'top node'??
thanks for help, (i just hope my explanation is clear!)
if the pages you load are in different directories then the tree will save the state locally
all pages are in the same directory.
can i reset the state when a certain page loads? (before the tree is built?)
yes, you can, but there is no need to search for the work around when there's the problem that needs to be fixed.
please submit a support ticket providing the URL of your page with the tree. We'll take a look and let you know what causes the problem.