Hello! We have released a new version of Likno Web Scroller (jQuery Slider) Builder: Version 2.0 build #130.

Check out What's New

- Added a user-friendly WYSIWYG CSS Editor for all CSS-related properties, making the software much easier to use.

jquery slider scroller css editor

- Added Example 12 (BBC mockup): Similar scroller to the live scroller on bbc.com (as of Jan 29, 2013). Use of a "Bullets" only navigation. Use of "Arrow CSS Classes" and "Arrow Container CSS Classes". Use of "Pause when mouse is over the Scroller". Use of "Content CSS Classes".

jquery slider scroller bbc

- Added the ability to change the "Navigation Buttons" order.

- Added the "Arrow button speed multiplier" feature.

- Added the "Center the selected item" feature.

- Added the "Content CSS Classes" property.

- Added support for jQuery 1.8.

- Major rewrite in the transition effect engine (smaller, more flexible & more efficient).

- Fixed a bug in the "Play/Pause" reverse toggle button.

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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Knowledge Base support case for Likno Web Accordion Builder,  abstracted and stripped of all user’s private info.


Initial Email From:
Todd
Initial Email Subject: Accordion Separator Display Issue
Support Case Month: December 2012

Greetings.  I have noticed recently that a particular accordion's separator is displayed differently on any pages.  In some instances the separator is thin, whereas in some instances it is thick.  This is despite any obvious CSS changes that I can tell.

On my screen, this is one of the separators that appears thicker:

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These separators appear thin (desired):

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Additionally, all accordion separators look thin when viewed with Chrome.

Is this something that I goofed up?  I don't remember making any significant changes, but I could be all wet.  Any help is most appreciated.  Cheers and thanks!

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Dear Todd,

I assume that the thin separator is this:

thin accordion separator

And the thick is this:

thick accordion separator

If so, the “thick” happens only in IE when it is in “quirks mode”. This is actually IE5.5 Compatibility Mode and it happens when you do not have a valid DOCTYPE in your page. Having anything at all before the DOCTYPE can also trigger the quirks mode (the DOCTYPE should always be the first thing in the page).

My suggestion is that you turn your pages to the HTML 5 DOCTYPE which is much simpler and make sure that all your pages start with the following two lines:

<!DOCTYPE html>

<html>

Note that this DOCTYPE does not require any URLs nor does it have different modes (e.g. transitional, strict etc.)

Best Regards,
Kostas
Likno Customer Support
www.likno.com
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Reply From: Todd

Yes, that’s correct about the separator.

Thanks for the help, Kostas!  Smile

 

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


Initial Email From:
Steve
Initial Email Subject: Feature suggestion
Support Case Month: November 2012

Unless I'm missing it, here's an idea for your menu program (which by the way I love). You currently have a way to choose the space between items. But, how about a way to insert an image between items?
If you look at the URL I listed, you can see a menu I made (the old fashion hard way) and the items have a diamond shape between them.
I know you have a background image (2) function that's right justified. But, that's not really going to work for me because I want to center the text on the remaining blank area to the left.

Let me know what you think or if I'm missing a feature that's already like this.

Thanks,
Steve

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello Steve, I see what you mean.

It could be possible if we enhance the "Has Separator" property to also have images, etc.

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

Oops! Forgot to include the image of the menu…

Never say never…

Here's a menu I started and put a diamond object between the menu items.

What I did was float the image to the right center then use the "x" offset to push it out past the menu button for the width of the diamond.

Then I set the distance between menu items to same distance as the offset.

I had to play a little with the padding to center the text.

It's still not perfect but, I bet I could get it to work with a little more playing around.

Steve

diamond icon between menu items

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Brilliant! We love having smart customers that can explore different implementation methods on our products. We are glad that we have many features that can be combined to help in such cases but still it requires a smart user to unleash the possibilities. Well done!

Best Regards,
Aris Filokostas
Likno Customer Support
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Hello! We have released a new version of Likno Web Scroller (jQuery Slider) Builder: Version 1.0 build #122.

Check out What's New

- Created the Microsoft Expression Web 4 Add-in (EW4), so that users of Expression Web 4 can link and position their scrollers inside their pages through this Add-in.

- Added Example 09 (Amazon mockup): Similar scroller to the live scroller used on Amazon (as of October 2, 2012). Use of Navigation Arrows. Use of a "Page Numbers" only Navigation Bar ("Custom"). Use of rounded corners on "Container Area CSS".

HTML jQuery slider scroller Amazon mockup example

- Added the "None" option at the "Initially Selected Item" property, so that the scroller appears with no item in "selected" state.

- Changed the "Initially Selected Item" of "Example 06" to "Random", so that the scroller (slider) shows a random content when it initially appears.

- Improved the "fade" sub-effects to be more visible.

- Fixed a Navigation Bar issue where an extra space was added after the last page number.

- Fixed an issue regarding the Width option "Auto (variable): Different for each item".

- Fixed an issue with loading multiple scroller projects to a page.

- Fixed an issue with the combination of "Automatic Play (slideshow)" & "Step by Item" & "Random".

- Added the ability to insert and use custom values inside the page before the "Linking Code" section in order to override several internal project options.

- Fixed a positioning issue for "Floating" scrollers that used the "Relative to Element" or "Relative to Image" positioning option.

- Fixed an issue with the positioning of Navigation Arrows when they were "Embedded" inside a vertical scroller (jQuery slider).

- Fixed a Safari-related issue where the item separators appeared wider.

- Fixed an issue with the fonts in the Top/Bottom/Left/Right areas.

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 new versions of AllWebMenus Pro: Version 5.3 build #878 and #876.

Check out What's New:

- Added support for positioning the menu using a custom "class" attribute instead if the "id" attribute. This can be useful when your authoring tool or CMS does not allow you to edit the "ID" attribute (or the "ID" values change dynamically) but does allow you to add/edit the "Class" attribute.
For example: <span class="menupositioner">&nbsp;</span>

menu positioning with class

- The "Custom Values" interface is no longer available when the UL/LI population option is selected, because the menu items are dynamically produced by "LI" page elements and the script cannot determine which menu items should get custom values. Therefore, only the generic "Assigned Style" can be used on menu items or groups.

- Fixed an issue with vertical "Menu Floats on Scroll" on iPad and Android.

- Fixed a (Mozilla only) issue where the item image was not properly aligned vertically.

- Fixed an issue in the Preview Pane when the positioning was on the right side and the border was large.

- Updated the "AllWebMenus Add-In" for Expression Web 4.
Get it here: http://gallery.expression.microsoft.com/DropDownCSSMenu

- Improved the positioning of the application forms when dual monitors are used.

- Fixed an issue where a group didn't appear on "mouse over" of parent item, if this item was auto highlighted but without opening the group automatically on page load.

- Fixed an issue where a group which was triggered manually didn't work as expected and produced javascript errors.

- Fixed an issue with double slash "//".

- Fixed an issue with UL/LI when using the "onclick" event with "this.href".

- Fixed an issue where separators did not work in a cross frame environment.

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

 

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