The responsive feature of AllWebMenus gives you the ability to create up to 4 different versions of your menu according to screen sizes.
You are able to have up to 4 versions of the menu and set the screen size for each version. Each version of the menu can have different content, styling, positioning. For example, you might want to have a horizontal menu for the desktop version, but a vertical sliding for the mobile version. Each version covers a range of screen sizes, in this way 4 versions are enough to cover all sizes.
According to the screenshot below,
the version 1 would be served for screens over 960px, this means that this version of the menu will be appropriate for laptops/desktops.
Version 2 will appear in screens between 768px and 959px, so this will appear in tablets on horizontal view.
Version 3 will appear in screens between 480px and 767px, so this will appear in tablets on vertical view.
Version 4 will appear in screens below 479px, so this means in mobile devices.
You can have a different Content, Styling and positioning for each of these versions.
If you need to use the same, just use the CLONE functionality after you make a change to one of these, it is very handy:
Tags: desktop, horizontal menu, laptop, mobile device, positioning, responsive menu, screen, sliding, styling, tablet
Knowledge Base support case for AllWebMenus, abstracted and stripped of all user’s private info.
Initial Email From: Kim
Initial Email Subject: Trying to use it in Windows and Mac
Support Case Month: August 2012
I am building a website in windows, but will eventually turn it over to users who will be using MAC. Will the menus I build transfer over to their platform? They will purchase their own license for the product, but wondering if the files will transfer?
Reply From: Likno Customer Support
Unfortunately the installation file is available only for Windows, i.e. the desktop application (the development software) is available only for Windows environments.
However, we do have many MAC customers that use third-party software for emulation, without any problems reported so far.
Here are all your options to run Windows applications on an Intel-powered Mac:
Likno Customer Support
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