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


Initial Email From:
Gary
Initial Email Subject: Questions before I purchase
Support Case Month: January 2013

I could not easily figure out from your web site, how to transfer a menu created to a actual web page.  In my case, I will be using asp.  Can you run me through the steps.  I already figured out how to create menus.  I just want to know how easy it is to bring them into my project.  Also, after I bring them in, do I change them with html or through your interface if I add nodes or what ever?  I really do not want to use Chrome if this is easier to use.

Gary

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Dear Gary,

The way to add your menu to a page is to “Link” it. This essentially means that you need to add a couple of lines of code (aka “Linking Code”) into the page that will point to the menu file. You can either do this manually, or automatically through AllWebMenus. If you choose to do this manually, AllWebMenus will give you the required code and you will have to copy-paste it into the files you want. If you choose the automatic method, you will just have to select the desired files from a list and AllWebMenus will automatically add the Linking Code for you.

Regarding updating your menus, again we support both methods. The default is keeping the structure within the application. In this case when you want to update your menu, you simply edit it in the application, you Compile it and Upload the new menu file (no need to Link again or upload your pages).

If you want however, you can make a “ULLI” menu, in which case the menu structure is within the page. With this method, each of your pages must have a copy of the menu structure. The pros of this method are that you can update your menu structure without ever touching AllWebMenus again, and that you can have a different menu structure in each page. The cons are that you need to have the structure in all your pages and hence update it in all pages (we strongly recommend keeping it into an include file if it will be the same for all pages) and that you lose some high-end abilities of AllWebMenus such as customized style per item.

I hope the above have been helpful. I understand that the initial learning curve is a bit steep, but this is due to the extreme flexibility and features of AllWebMenus. Once you get the hang of it, you will love the unlimited possibilities this offers you.

Best Regards,
Kostas
Likno Customer Support
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Hello, we have released a new version of Likno Web jQuery Modal Windows Builder: Build #252

Check out What's New

- Added the API functions to the application's "Help" file (documentation).

- Improved the support for the "navigationBarSheetSpacer" CSS class of the Navigation Bar.

- Increased the minimum modal window margin to 15px when the modal window is larger than the screen size.

- The modal window no longer hides the parent window scrollbar by default. Instead there is a new Project Property to choose your desired behavior: the "Hide scrollbar" property in the "Project Properties -> Under the Hood" section.

- Fixed an issue that occurred when a "#" existed in one of the folder names in the Root Folder path.

- Fixed an issue related to hiding the scrollbar in frame-only pages.

- Fixed a "jump" when hiding the scrollbar and the modal window had a closing effect.

- Minor interface improvements (e.g.: when pressing "Enter" on the Preview's Navigation Bar "Offset" fields then the detached Preview is automatically refreshed).

All features here: http://www.likno.com/jquery-modal-windows/index.php

You can download the latest version at:

http://www.likno.com/jquery-modal-windows/download.php

 

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Hello! We have released a new version of Likno Web Scroller (jQuery Slider) Builder: Version 1.0 build #120.

Check out What's New

- Added the "Fade" effect for both "Step by Item" and "Step by Page" transition types.

HTML jQuery slider scroller fade

- The "First" / "Last" buttons of the Navigation Bar & the "Page Numbers" / "Bullets" now use the selected effect instead of "Instantly".

- Added the "Random" option to the "Initially Selected Item" property of the scroller (jquery slider).

HTML jQuery slider scroller random

- "Random" now goes through all items before repeating an item.

- The "Play on Page Load (automatically)" feature will now use the selected "Step" ("Step by Item", "Step by Page" or "Continuous").

- Fixed an issue with quickly clicking the arrow buttons multiple times.

- Fixed a case where the Navigation Bar was not properly sized when it was "Floating" and without "Page numbers" or "Bullets".

- Fixed an issue that occurred when a "#" existed in one of the folder names in the Root Folder path.

- Fixed an issue with the positioning of the Navigation Bar.

- Fixed an issue where certain images did not appear in the Preview.

- Fixed an issue with the RSS "Item Link" property.

- Fixed an issue with the "AJAX" tooltip.

- Several interface improvements.

All features here: http://www.likno.com/jquery-scroller/index.php

Download the new version of our web scroller (jquery slider) builder at http://www.likno.com/jquery-scroller/download.php

 

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Hello! We have released a new version of Likno Web Scroller (jQuery Slider) Builder: Version 1.0 build #118.

Check out What's New

- Fully implemented the "Populate the scroller items using an external feed (RSS or ATOM or XML)" feature.

HTML jQuery slider scroller RSS ATOM XML properties

HTML jQuery slider scroller RSS ATOM XML example

- Improved the library loading method (faster/cleaner/more compatible).

- Improved the image preloading process.

- Added the "Loop - Rewind" feature, which makes the scroller (jquery slider) rewind to the other side and start the items movement from there.

HTML jQuery slider scroller loop rewind

- Added Example 07 (eBay mockup): Similar scroller to the live slider used on eBay (as of July 11, 2012). Use of an *image map* on each scroller item. Use of a "Page Numbers" only Navigation Bar. Use of *Play on Page Load* (automatic play).

HTML jQuery slider scroller eBay mockup example

- Fixed an issue where the item's tooltip appeared behind the scroller/slider when the scroller was of the "Floating" positioning type.

- Fixed an issue with the Navigation Bar and the "Feed (RSS/ATOM/XML) population method" where it displayed just one page while more than one page existed.

- Fixed an issue with the Navigation Bar where it would appear left-aligned instead of centered in some occasions.

- Changed the "Show Scroller Only" Preview option to always show the scroller centered on the preview page.

- Fixed an issue with "Bullets-only" Navigation Bars where they would appear misplaced in the Preview.

- Updated the Navigation Bar XML files to use better padding values.

- Fixed a rare case where files were deleted when trying to link to them.

- Fixed an issue related to the Navigation Bar when floating over the "Items Area".

- Various interface improvements.

All features here: http://www.likno.com/jquery-scroller/index.php

Download the new version of our web scroller (jquery slider) builder at http://www.likno.com/jquery-scroller/download.php

 

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Hello, we have released a new version of Likno Web jQuery Modal Windows Builder: Build #250

Check out What's New

- Added more "Positioning Options" and "Positioning Offsets" to the Navigation Bar, so that you can achieve a desired distance from the selected corner (or side) when the Navigation Bar is placed inside the "Body".

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web jQuery modal window navigation bar offsets property

- Fixed an issue where the Header/Footer were not being measured correctly when the height has not been set in their CSS property.

- Fixed an issue where the closing effect did not properly work when it was different to the opening effect (affects "Slide up" & "Glide out" effects).

- Updated the Navigation Bar so that the text/pages/bullets are always centered vertically.

- Updated the library to also work with jQuery 1.4.2 (it previously had some code that required jQuery 1.7 or above).

- Updated the "CSS Reference" link in the CSS editor.

- Updated the Navigation Bar XML files to have properly structured CSS values.

- Updated the Navigation Bar values of the Examples.

- Fixed a rare case where files were deleted when trying to link to them.

- Fixed an issue where the Preview did not refresh when browsing through the different Examples.

- Minor interface improvements.

All features here: http://www.likno.com/jquery-modal-windows/index.php

You can download the latest version at:

http://www.likno.com/jquery-modal-windows/download.php

 

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