Hello!

We have released a new version of AllWebMenus Pro: Version 5.3 build #886.

Check out What's New:

- Added support for menu population based on the "1st UL/LI structure found in page". In that way, the id="awmULLI-menu" attribute does not need to be added to the parent UL element, as long as the menu UL/LI structure is the 1st found in page (or the only one).

ul/li 1st structure

- Joomla 2.5 is now fully supported. New Joomla Component (v1.1.15) is also released for Joomla 2.5.

- Added full support of CSS Menu and UL/LI Menu implementations for Joomla, WordPress and Drupal.

- Enhanced the iPad behaviour, by allowing a menu item that has both a link and a submenu to open its submenu with one tap and then also open its link with another tap.

- Optimized the menu CSS so that the menu is not affected by some global CSS values declared in the website’s CSS.

- Improved the "Server Side" menus loading after page load.

- New version of all "Server Side" related products ("WordPress menu", "Joomla Menu", "Drupal Menu", etc.).

- Fixed an issue regarding Sliding Menus in IE9 (which also affected their Preview).

- Fixed an issue regarding the conversion of v3 projects to v5.

- Fixed an issue where the items in a group with a scrollbar did not appear correctly, when the content of the group was scrolled (Chrome only).

- Fixed an issue where compiling for Drupal or WordPress did not work on certain cases.

All features here: http://www.likno.com/allwebmenusinfo.html

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Hey everybody,

We have released a new version of AllWebMenus Pro: Version 5.3 build #860.

Check out What's New:

- Full support for all Eastern languages.

- Fixed some minor issues which were caused by "bad" global CSS.

- Drupal 7 now fully supported.

- The "Drupal Menu Add-in" now creates a ZIP file when compiling, which you then upload directly to the server (a simpler and easier process than before).

- Several GUI enhancements.

- Fixed an issue where the horizontal menu appeared wider when one of its items had at least one "Has Submenu Image" (IE8+ only).

- Fixed an issue where menu items appeared smaller in Opera, in certain occasions.

- Fixed an issue where sliding groups didn't slide correctly, in certain occasions (IE9 only).

- Fixed an issue with "Cross-frame" implementations, where the submenus incorrectly positioned at Top Left of the frame page.

- Fixed an issue with "Manually Triggered Groups" implementations, where they didn't open if these groups were of the "Sliding" type (Mozilla based browsers only).

- Fixed an issue where the menu could produce javascript errors when certain (non-Likno) modal slideshows would appear on page and then closed (IE only).

Download the new version at http://www.likno.com/download.html

 

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Hey everybody,

We have released a new version of AllWebMenus Pro: Version 5.3 build #854.

Check out What's New:

- Added new property: Item Rounded Corners. In browsers that properly support CSS3, the corners of any menu item can be rounded! (supported in IE9+, Opera 10.50+, Firefox 3.5+, Safari/Webkit 522+, Chrome and others). You can adjust the roundness of each corner all together or even separately!

menu item rounded corners

View "Item Rounded Corners" Example

- New Joomla component in order to support our new Joomla Module for easy menu positioning.

- New versions for all "Server-Side Menu API" related add-ins (Joomla, WordPress, Drupal), that support the "Rounded Corners" feature in items.

- The "Compile for Joomla" functionality now includes a "menu positioning" Joomla Module for easy positioning in the web pages (the positioning of the menu should be set to "Element Relative").

- Fixed an issue where groups remained open if they used an "Unfolding" effect for their appearance.

- Added support for mouse wheel over the Properties grid.

- Fixed an issue where a group which opened automatically after the menu loaded, it closed when more content loaded on page the (IE only).

- Fixed CSS issues when a border existed in a TD or TR or TABLE and "border-collapse" was set to collapse.

- Fixed some minor issues related to the mouse over/out of items and closing submenus.

- Added support for NOT opening a submenu on mouse click, if the item has a value on its "Link" property. This submenu will show open in the linked page if the "Automatic Highlight" option is selected.

- Added support for parsing a UL/LI structure that uses a "Class" value and not only an ID value.

- Added support for showing images in Preview, when these images are part of the HTML of items that use the "HTML Full Mode".

- Added support for sliding menus to disappear on mouse out also.

- New version of the Joomla addin to support the Joomla 1.6 version.

- New installation Component available for the Joomla 1.6 version.

- Fixed an issue where a sliding group lost its scrollbar it when dissapeared (only with unfolding effect) (Mozilla, IE8 with compatibility for all sites).

- Fixed an issue in vertical groups where some items were showing with larger height.

- New versions for all "Server-Side Menu API" related add-ins (Joomla, WordPress, Drupal), that support the new "Disappear on mouse out" feature in sliding menus.

Download the new version at http://www.likno.com/download.html

 

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Hey everybody,

We have released a new version of AllWebMenus Pro: Version 5.3 build #852.

Check out What's New:

- Added new property: Group Padding. Menu items can now have a space (padding) between their borders and their group's borders (edges). This space is filled by their group's background, which can be a color or a background image (texture, etc.). You can adjust the padding of each side all together or even separately!
(see image below for different padding per side)

menu padding

View Padding Example

- Added new property: Group Rounded Corners. In browsers that properly support CSS3, the corners of the Main Menu or Submenus can be rounded! (supported in IE9+, Opera 10.50+, Firefox 3.5+, Safari/Webkit 522+, Chrome and others). You can adjust the roundness of each corner all together or even separately!

menu rounded corners

View Rounded Corners Example

- Added new feature to the "Web Modal Windows Add-in": You can now use both the "Link" and "Open Modal Windows" properties together! A modal window triggered by a menu item can now show the page specified at its <Link> property (eg: product1.html), if this is not empty, overriding the modal's own content (the one specified within its project).

menu rounded corners

- New version of all "Server Side" related products ("WordPress menu", "Joomla Menu", "Drupal Menu", etc.), supporting the new "Group Padding" and "Group Rounded Corners" features.

- Fixed an issue with sliding menus where in some cases their submenu groups remained open even when their parent group was closed.

- Fixed an issue where some items of vertical groups could appear with larger height than they should.

- Fixed an issue where the Preview was not showing the menu, when the "Compiled menu Subfolder" was set other than the "Site Root" folder.

- Fixed an issue where the menu images did not display properly when the page CSS used a specific margin for all images.

- Fixed an issue with Server-Side API menu implementations: a JavaScript error could appear if the content of a menu item was just numeric (no text).

Download the new version at http://www.likno.com/download.html

 

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Hey everybody,

We wanted to let you know that we have released new versions of AllWebMenus Pro: Version 5.3 build #850.

Check out What's New:

- Added margin support in images for the UL/LI population method also.

- Added "Menu Floats on Scroll" support for sliding menus also.

- Added support for showing the currently open group with a higher Z-index.

- Added support for showing the 'Mouse Over' state in items with sliding groups open.

- Fixed an issue where the Preview was not showing the menu, when the "Compiled menu Subfolder" was set other than the "Site Root" folder.

- Fixed an issue where the menu images did not display properly when the page CSS used a specific margin for all images.

- Fixed an issue with Server-Side API menu implementations: a JavaScript error could appear if the content of a menu item was just numeric (no text).

- Fixed an issue related to a group opening on page load. It did not position itself correctly when it was larger than the page's height.

- Fixed an IE7+ issue with compatibility mode view when PNG images were used in items.

- Fixed an IE7+ issue with items that had a small image as their only content. Their height was larger than it should (was equal to the font size applied to them).

- Fixed an issue with sliding menus when they were opening a subgroup on page load.

- Fixed an issue with sliding groups and the "Movable" feature. Now all sliding subgroups move as they should.

- Fixed an issue with items using '_blank' in their 'Link Target' property. They used to show a border when a border was specified in page CSS for 'a:img'.

- Fixed an issue where groups beyond 3rd level could close unexpectedly.

- Fixed an issue when the page CSS was using a border for the 'table'.

- Fixed an issue with 'Menubar' width, where the scrollbar's width was also taken into account even when a scrollbar did not actually exist.

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