In the following presentation you can see how you can create a simple horizontal drop down JavaScript menu in AllWebMenus Pro.

AllWebMenus Pro is a powerful WYSIWYG application in which you can create any kind of JavaScript menus or CSS menus. You are able to create horizontal menus or vertical menus, mega menus, responsive menus, sliding menus, floating menus, popup menus etc.
All the menus produced by AllWebMenus Pro are going to perfectly work in all browsers and devices (PCs, Tablets, Smartphones).

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


Initial Email From:
Bob
Initial Email Subject: Opening menu in specific location
Support Case Month: July 2012

I had asked this question in the past and cannot find the answer.  I know now that I can apply a style to just a specific SubGroup.  I know I was able to open a SubGroup in a specific location but I cannot find where I did it in the past.  I want to open the specific SubMenu in a Specific Location so that it does not open out so far to the left.  If you can tell me where to find this setting again I would greatly appreciate.

Bob

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello Bob,

You just choose that specific subgroup in Menu Editor, then select "All Values" and customize its "Appears" properties accordingly:

subemenu specific properties

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Kostas
Likno Customer Support
www.likno.com
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Reply From: Bob

OK,  I will give that another look.  I know I had done it before but was not able at that time to figure out how to apply the setting to a specific subgroup instead of all of them.  The only difference was this, and I am not sure if this will have any bearing on the setting or where I set it up.  I have a subgroup that has a Range of Sizes (1500-1999, 2000-2499,2500-2999, etc).  When I click on one of these subgroups, I would like it to disappear and the SubGroup of the Range Choice to open up in the same location.  My reason for this is so that the menu doesn’t extend so far out into the page.  Do I still use the setting below, or do I set that up somewhere else??

Thanks again for your help.

Bob

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Dear Bob,

There is no way to make the parent group disappear, however you can use the “Appears – Where” as well as the “Appears – Aligned with” properties to make a submenu open directly over the parent group. This will only work in Horizontal or Vertical menus – not on Sliding menus.

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

Thanks for your help.  That is where the problem is coming in.  I knew I was able to do this before I just couldn’t remember where the setting was that I used.   Now I know why…it cannot be a sliding menu.

Thanks again for your help.

Bob

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Hello!

We are happy to inform you that we have released the latest version of AllWebMenus Pro, version 5.1 Build #788!

What’s New:

- Fixed an issue where a sliding subgroup could not position correctly when the user resized the window (IE only).

- Fixed an issue when linking a compiled project to a page and the tag contained extra "<>" characters.

To download the latest version, please visit:
http://www.likno.com/download.html

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Hey everybody!

We are happy to inform you that we have released the latest version of AllWebMenus Pro, version 5.1 Build #784!

What's New:

- Fixed an issue in which, when a submenu appeared and an Unfold effect was used, then some scrollbars appeared in IE8 in Vista only.

- Fixed an issue where the opacity didn't work at all in Firefox 3.5.

- Fixed an issue where the Sticky Submenus option didn't work properly with sliding submenus.

To download the latest version, please visit:

http://www.likno.com/download.html

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- Added an option in Open File, in order to load ".awt" files (Likno Drop-Down Menu Trees projects)

drop-down menu trees

- Improved support of the BASE attribute in the html of a page. (IE only)

- Added 30 new IE* submenu effects for the "Group Appears - How" and "Group Disappears - How" properties (new effects are shown in brackets):

[Barn Horizontal In], [Barn Horizontal In], Barn Horizontal Out,
[Barn Vertical In], [Barn Vertical Out], [Blinds Down], [Blinds Left], Blinds Right,
[Blinds Up], [Checker Board Down], [Checker Board Left], Checker Board Right,
[Checker Board Up], Fade, Iris - Circle In, [Iris - Circle Out], Iris - Cross In,
[Iris - Cross Out], [Iris - Diamond In], [Iris - Diamond Out], Iris - Plus In,
[Iris - Plus Out], Iris - Square In, [Iris - Square Out], Iris - Star In,
[Iris - Star Out], Pixelate, Radial Wipe Clock, [Radial Wipe Radial],
[Radial Wipe Wedge], Random Bars Horizontal, [Random Bars Vertical],
Random Dissolve, Slide Hide, [Slide Swap], Spiral, [Stretch Hide], Stretch Spin,
[Strips Left Down], [Strips Left Up], [Strips Right Down], [Strips Right Up]

* The above effects are supported by IE only (the "unfolding" effect is used on other browsers instead).

- Sliding Menu Add-in: The "Remember the menu state" option is now using a "session" cookie. This makes the sliding menu return to its initial state when the user completes her session.

- Fixed an issue with items that had left or right image and did not show properly in some cases. (IE8 and Mozilla)

- Fixed an issue where the "Javascript Command" on Mouse Click did not work properly when the "Link" property also had a value. (IE only)

- Fixed an issue with the "Remember State" option on sliding menus when the menu filename contained spaces.

- Fixed an issue with menu filenames that include a space or "-" (javascript errors appeared in such a case). New versions of all Server-Side related add-ins also released that fix this issue.

- Fixed an issue with Right-to-Left pages: an unexpected scrollbar appeared.

- Fixed an issue in sliding menus: when "Remember State" was selected the "Ignore the Link value of parent items" did not work properly.

- Fixed an issue with sliding menus (IE only) where a javascript error appeared when a sliding menu folded (in some cases only).

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