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


Initial Email From:
Darlene
Initial Email Subject: Placing AllWebMenus on SharePoint 2010 Master Page
Support Case Month: May 2012

I am having a hard time inserting allwebmenus on a sharepoint 2010 master page. I am not sure where to put the code. i have the reference to the .js file right after the opening Body tag in code. I am placing the anchor tag after <div id="MSO_ContentDiv" runat="server"> in the body. I have tried placing the anchor tags in different places in master page but keep coming up with an error or the menu just not appears.
Thank you! I really like your menus and use them all the time. Have used the menus in sharepoint 2007 as well and it worked fine.
Darlene

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Dear Darlene,

I checked your page and noticed that you have two menus linked, each compiled with a different version of AllWebMenus. Note that this can cause problems and you should always make sure that all menus in a site are compiled with the same version.

Let me know if you need more specific help with something.

Best Regards,
Kostas
Likno Customer Support
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Reply From: Darlene

Good morning, thank you for getting back to me. The url that was in the contact form isn’t the site with the issue. The site that I am having a problem with is protected so it is not accessible. But the site is a SharePoint 2010 site. I have the menu appearing on the page now but it stays fixed and does not scroll along with the page.  Any ideas on how to make the menu scroll along with the contents of the page?

Thank you,

darlene

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

You need to set the menu to “Float on Scroll”:

menu floats on scroll

Best Regards,
Kostas
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Initial Email From:
Michael
Initial Email Subject: Pre-sale questions
Support Case Month: May 2012

I have an asp.net application which uses a master page for a horizontal menu.  Each menu item will open a child page that contains a vertical menu on the right.  Can AllWebMenus have a menu on a master page and a different one on a child page.  Each child page will have its own menu which will be different from the menus on the other child pages.

One horizontal menu on site.master.

One vertical menu on each child page:  government.aspx will have the menu items "Certrification", "Contracting", and "Performance"

services.aspx will have 5 different menu items



Reply From:
Likno Customer Support

Hello,

Yes you can have different “right” menus on each page. There are two ways to do this:

1) Create a different menu for each page and link each one to the corresponding page.

2) Create a single UL/LI menu that you will link to the master (or template) page, and have a different UL/LI structure in each child page.

For more details on how the UL/LI menus work , please read the related Help article:

multiple vertical menus

Regards,
Kostas
Likno Customer Support
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Support Case Month: April 2012
Initial Email Subject: Menu placement

Initial Email From: Jim

Hello,

I need help on placing a menu relative to an element.

I have been unable to place my menu relative to an image so thought I could place it in the same spot using the relative to an element procedure but I am unclear where to place it in the code. I am using Expression Web 4 with one of their preformatted website's. I cannot figure out where to place the text, "awmAnchor-menu" inside the Master DWT page. The site is using CSS. Do I place the proper "awmAnchor-menu" in the Master DWT page or somewhere in the CSS files. Does all this make sense?

I am trying to place the menu at the top of the Blue stripe on the left side of our Website.

Thanks,
Jim

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Dear Jim,

Instead of changing your page, I suggest that you change your Positioning! I see that your page already has an ID for this blue area, specifically it is called “masthead”:

 <div id="masthead">
   <h1 class="style1"><span class="style2">Wetherill</span></h1>
  <h3 class="style3">A History of Discovery &nbsp;</h3>
 </div>

So you should go in your AllWebMenus project and use the following settings:

relative menu position

Best Regards,

Kostas

Likno Customer Support

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When you build a site using ASP/PHP pages, you have to follow a different way so as to link your menu to them.

If your site has master page(s), namely page(s) that include other page(s) and you want your menu to appear in the included page(s) you have to do the following:

  1. Link your menu in the master page(s) using the Link procedure of your AllWebMenus Pro application.
  2. Position your menu in the included page(s) adding the appropriate line of positioning code in their source code. You can find all the appropriate information about how to position your menu through AllWebMenus Pro in the Help section (go to Help -> Properties -> Properties Description -> Property: Positioning).

 

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