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


Initial Email From:
Jim
Initial Email Subject: menu properties 
Support Case Month: January 2014

Two items ... I would like the background of the menu to expand all the way across the DIV so there is no white space on the right ... and I would like to make the home icon linked to the home page.Movie Carol (2015)

Thank you in advance for all of your help!

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello Jim,

In order to make you menu act as a menu bar relative to your DIV with an ID of "container" click on Menu Type,

Select "Yes, widen items….", "Element with ID" and insert container

Select the "Do not widen items…", Show Background at Right.

menubar settings

As for the link on home icon I am afraid this is not possible through the Main Menu Group Header (as it is right now).

However, you can achieve that result by removing the Main Menu Group Header (I guess you don't need it anymore)

Click on Style Editor -> Main Group Style -> Has Header and select No.

menu style editor

Then, select your Home main menu item in your Menu Editor, click on All Values and find the Foreground Image, select the Home icon that already exists. This way you can have that design with the home icon on home main menu item and you can also place the link to your home page in Link value.

menu properties

Please, let me know if you need further help.

Kind Regards,

Aggelos Tsakonas 
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Initial Email From:
Starr
Initial Email Subject: Menu Bar
Support Case Month: June 2012

Good Morning,

I recently made changes to our menu bar and tried uploading it, but looks like after I did the upload the menubar is still the same before the changes.

Can you help?

Regards,

Starr

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Dear Starr,

Is it possible that you forgot to delete your browser’s cache files? (a.k.a. “Temporary Internet Files”)

Please do this now and refresh the page to see if the menu changes.

If it does not, please double-check if you uploaded the correct file online.

Regards,
Kostas
Likno Customer Support
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Reply From: Starr

Hello,

I deleted the temporary files, but the menu is still the same.

Do it maybe have something to do with the compiling of the menu?

menu compile

The other day it made me make changes/verify, but I'm not sure I did it correctly. I thought I did but I guess not..

Regards,

Starr

Reply From: Starr

Hi,

I figured it out. I upload the wrong "menu.js".

Thank you!

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Initial Email From:
Steve
Initial Email Subject: Firefox menu vertical shift
Support Case Month: December 2012

I have a small problem. In fact, about 1 px small.
In Firefox, the menu I created shifts down by about 1 px. It displays fine in IE and Chrome and I've gone over all the sizes to make sure they 're right.
If you go to the website I list above and look closely, you can see that the actual menu which has about 120 px padding left and right, is sitting low in Firefox. I tried this on two different PCs with 2 different versions of Firefox and they both do the same thing. You can also see (if you look hard) that the highlighted menu item has about a 1 px margin at the top of the highlight (again, showing that the menu is shifting down by about 1 px.)
Any ideas what might cause this?
I can fudge it by adding 1 px to the menu bar background and no one would probably notice (except me). But, I rather not.
Thanks,
Steve

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Dear Steve,

I checked your page and noticed that the <span> you use for positioning is 1px low in Firefox, hence the menu is lower too.

My suggestion is that you use the parent <div> for positioning and instead of adding a padding to move the menu, use its offsets:

<div id="navBar">&nbsp;</div>

menu position relative to element

Even better, you could just center the menu to the <div>:

center menu position relative to element

Best Regards,
Kostas
Likno Customer Support
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Reply From: Steve

You're good!

That did it.

Thanks,
Steve

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Initial Email From:
Phil
Initial Email Subject: just purchased
Support Case Month: August 2012

How do I get a copy of the menu bar I created to ALSO appear on the bottom of my pages?

Phil

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Well, there is no way to have a single menu appear twice.

I guess the easiest way is to compile your menu twice, with different Compile Names, and Link and upload both.

This way you can keep a single project, but you will have to remember to compile twice every time you change something.

Regards,
Kostas
Likno Customer Support
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Reply From: Phil

Well, I just figured out it would be easiest to just put a "return to top" link at the bottom of every page

Phil

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Initial Email From:
James
Initial Email Subject: add menubar to google blogger
Support Case Month: June 2012

I could really use some help. Does this AllwebMenus5 program allow me to add navbar or menubars to google blogger? If so i could really use some help right now. I have been working on this for over a week,

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello James,

We doubt that google blogger allows you to upload javascript files on your account.

When the online website builder you are using does not let you upload any files or folders that you like to your online account, a major limitation is imposed to you for using javascript files (like our libraries or any other 3rd-party libraries) on your website.

However, there is a way to use your Likno compiled projects on your website provided that you have access to any other hosting environment that allows files to be uploaded and served (hotlinked) from there.

How this works:

1. Provided that you do have access to an alternative online host that can host and serve files/folders (allowing "hotlinking"), you can simply upload the compiled files and folder there:

For example, after you compile an "AllWebMenus" project, the following compiled folder is created (at the location you specified at "Project Properties").

This folder contains the compiled files.

Therefore, you upload those files and folder somewhere on your alternative hosting account (that should allow "public access" and "hotlinking" of these files).

2. The second step is to update the "src" parameter of the "Linking Code" that you added to your pages, so that it points to the compiled file (.js file) that is now located at the alternative host (using an absolute external URL, starting with "http").

For example, this is a change you should make (for the "Likno Web Accordion Builder", but the same applies to AllWebMenus):

FROM:

<!-- ******** BEGIN LIKNO WEB ACCORDION CODE FOR accordion_example_external_javascripts ******** -->
<script type="text/javascript">var lwacLinkedBy="LiknoWebAccordion [1]",lwacName="accordion_example_external_javascripts",lwacBN="116";</script><script charset="UTF-8" src="likno-scripts/accordion_example_external_javascripts.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<!-- ******** END LIKNO WEB ACCORDION CODE FOR accordion_example_external_javascripts ******** -->

TO:

<!-- ******** BEGIN LIKNO WEB ACCORDION CODE FOR accordion_example_external_javascripts ******** -->
<script type="text/javascript">var lwacLinkedBy="LiknoWebAccordion [1]",lwacName="accordion_example_external_javascripts",lwacBN="116";</script><script charset="UTF-8" src="http://www.alternativehost/youraccount/likno-scripts/accordion_example_external_javascripts.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<!-- ******** END LIKNO WEB ACCORDION CODE FOR accordion_example_external_javascripts ******** -->

We are aware that this solution requires that you have access to an alternative host (while you already host your website somewhere else, but with file limitations) which you may not have. However, this is the only way to be able to run javascript files (like our libraries or any other 3rd-party libraries) on your website, since the online builder tool you are using imposes limitations on uploading such files on your website's file structure.

Best Regards,
Aris Filokostas
Likno Customer Support
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Reply From: James

Aris,

You have been a tremendous help! thank you very much!

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