Knowledge Base support case for AllWebMenus, abstracted and stripped of all user’s private info.

Initial Email From:
Initial Email Subject: Menus for CMS (specifically Concrete5)
Support Case Month: August 2012

Before I update my support plan, I need to know if your menus work in CMS (specifically Concrete5)?  I no longer do web design and creation using other methods.

Reply From: Likno Customer Support


We do not have a specific plugin for Concrete, but it should work fine if Concrete5 meets the following two requirements:

1) you should be able to edit the template files or directly add some code in your post (depending on whether you want the menu into a single post or the whole site)

2) you should be able to upload the AllWebMenus compiled files to your server

In either case, I see that your Update Plan expired very recently, so you can use your existing version to test if this works as expected.

To avoid any possible misunderstanding, I need to state here that the expiration of your Update Plan means that you cannot use any newer versions (released after the expiration date). You can still use the version you already have forever – this does not “expire”. So there is really no need to extend your Update Plan until you confirm that your existing version works fine with Concrete5.

Let me know if you need more specific help, also giving me your test URL so that I can see what you have done so far.

Likno Customer Support
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