Knowledge Base support case for AllWebMenus, abstracted and stripped of all user’s private info.
Initial Email From: Todd
Initial Email Subject: AllWebMenus, Responsive Menu Question
Support Case Month: February 2013
Greetings. I was wondering if you can help me with a question about the Responsive Menu feature in AllWebMenus Pro.
Months ago I tested this feature out on a menu for my website. Since then point in time (due to time constraints), I opted to go back to a single menu until my workload freed up a bit. Now that my workload is free to look in to this feature more, my dilemma is that Responsive Menu's Version 2-4 have remembered older/outdated states of my menu, as many changes have been made.
My question is: can I either delete "old" Versions or somehow refresh the Versions without going in to each Version and hand-changing the menu? Just trying to save time from having to go back-and-forth trying to figure out the difference between Version 1 and Versions 2-4.
Your help is most appreciated, & I thank you kindly.
Reply From: Likno Customer Support
If you have the latest AllWebMenus version, you will see an option to “clone” the structure from one version to another:
Also, I remember that you were one of the first to try out the new responsive feature, when we released it with only standard JS menu support.
I want to let you know that it has matured since then and now it fully supports server-side menus, WordPress, Joomla and ULLI-based menus.
Likno Customer Support