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Support Case Month: March 2012
Initial Email Subject: menu linking code not immediately after the body tag

Initial Email From: Brian

Hello,

Thank you for you help activating my software. After working with the software I noticed placement issues with IE web browsers.

All other browsers look perfect. (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera)  I have attached a screen shot of the problem in IE and how it looks in Chrome.

Best Regards,
Brian

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello Brian,

This is a typical IE error when the menu-linking code is placed within page tags and not immediately after the <BODY> tag (as it should be).

In your case, the menu-linking code is somewhere deep in page, away from the <BODY> tag:

menu linking code NOT immediately after the body tag

You have 2 solutions:

1.            Transfer that menu-linking code under the <body> tag:

menu linking code immediately after the body tag

2.            If you have to have it there (due to web editor restrictions for example) then your other solution is to have the following option selected in the Project Properties:

menu linking code within tags

Best Regards,
Aris
Likno Customer Support
www.likno.com
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Hey everybody!

This is to inform you that AllWebMenus Pro version 5.2 Build #802 has been released!

Take a look at 'What's New' in this version:

- New "Menu Structure Source" property to specify how your css navigation menu is populated with menu items and submenus:

Option 1: using the project's structure, i.e. items that you add to your AllWebMenus project. These items are fetched from its compiled project's file (default option), OR
Option 2: "on-the-fly", using <UL><LI> items fetched from the loaded page that shows the menu.

- Added support for properly building a menu when its menu-linking code cannot be placed right after the <BODY> element: you can inform AllWebMenus if the menu-linking code is a direct child of the <BODY> tag (default behavior) OR it "sits" inside additional tags (like <td>, <div>, <span>, etc.). The latter case used to cause some cross-browser trouble in certain CMS or tools (especially in FrontPage), now it is solved through this option.

- Fixed an issue where the "Show Item or Group on Appear" didn't work properly when "Automatically" was chosen and the option "If the highlighted item is inside a submenu group, this group will also appear selected and open" was unchecked.

You can download the application via our website's Download Page

Thanks for reading!

Likno Software Team

 

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