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Initial Email From:
Roger 
Initial Email Subject: CSS menu 
Support Case Month: January 2014

Hello,

The Javascript menu I created is not found by search engines, even though I used the populate using UL/LI items option. MY SEO advisor tells me that the display: none setting causes this. Search engines do not like display: none settings anyway.

So I tried converting to a CSS version. However now my sliding vertical submenu does not work anymore. Is that not supported in the CSS version?

Regards,
Roger

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello Roger,

I am afraid the sliding option does not work on a CSS based menu.

Considering the SEO you may want to use the JavaScript based menu and populate your items through UL/LI structure.

Also, you can use a sitemap so that search engine can crawl your menu items and links. You can do so by clicking on Tools -> Create Sitemaps -> (Create Generic Sitemap / Create Google Sitemap / Create ROR Sitemap).

create sitemap options

Let me know if you need further help on this.

Also, if you need further assistance please export your menu project and send it to me so I can have a better look on the issue.

Thank you!

Kind Regards,  

Aggelos Tsakonas
www.likno.com
Powerful javascript menus (CSS menus/drop-down menus/sliding menus), web trees, buttons, tabs, modals, tooltips, accordions, scrollers, designs for your websites!

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Hello, we have released a new version of AllWebMenus Pro: Version 5.3 build #916.

Check out What's New

- Added new "Row/Column" options for more control on the menu layout when using this feature.

- Access to the UL/LI structure when clicking the related "Settings" link is now faster.

- The "Add Item" command has been added to the Main Menu Group too (was on Submenu Groups already).

- Updated the "Create Google Sitemap" feature to use the latest google sitemap schema.

- Added some optimizations to the libraries.

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

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

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Initial Email From:
Stan
Initial Email Subject: XML Sitemap for http://sukiskincare.com/
Support Case Month: April 2012

The site http://sukiskincare.com/ was built with many AllWebMenus (as required by the designers).  Is there a simple way to generate an XML and Google sitemap for all pages of the site?

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello Stan,

We do have a similar feature in AllWebMenus ("Create Sitemap"), however this cannot be applied in your case because:

1. One of your menus (the main menu) is a "mega menu" which means that many items are actually entire HTML (with many links etc.) and this HTML cannot be included in a sitemap entry (which requires just links).

2. Each project will create its own sitemap. There is no functionality for creating a "global" sitemap derived from multiple menu projects.

So, I am afraid that this cannot be done with AllWebMenus (which has this feature for "simple" and single menus) but you can definitely do this easily by using the Google Webmaster tools:
http://www.google.com/webmasters/

This is more appropriate as it will index all your pages, even the ones that are not included in the menu.

Best Regards,
Aris Filokostas
Likno Customer Support
www.likno.com
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Reply From: Stan

Ok, thank you.

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AllWebMenus allows you to create site maps in HTML format, making your web site "search-engine friendly" as search engine crawlers use internal links to spider a site and do not crawl javascript links. Having a "Site Map" link at the index page ensures that the most important pages of your web site are definitely seen by those crawlers.

Specifically, through the "Tools -> Create sitemaps" you can create sitemaps based on any any of the available types (Generic, Google, ROR).

Simply create an optimized page with all the links contained in your menu and just add a single link to this page from your site's index page. This process lets all search engines crawl all URLs contained in your menu.

For more information, please visit: http://www.likno.com/sitemap.html.

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