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


Initial Email From:
User
Initial Email Subject: WordPress Plugin
Support Case Month: December 2013

Hi, I'm experimenting with AllWebMenus on a new site running WordPress. I'm a bit confused by this:

With the purchase of 1 AllWebMenus license you also get unlimited Server-Side Menus API licenses (unlimited domains/websites for Joomla/Drupal/Wordpress/etc.) for free!

To purchase a license: AllWebMenus order page

If you already purchased an AllWebMenus license prior to August 10, 2010, click here to login to your Likno User Area and purchase the "Unlimited Domains" license at $59.95 only.

Does this mean customers who have been with you for over 3 years are the ones that have to pay to use the plugin??

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello,

You are able to use the WordPress plugin, you don't need to pay something extra.

You can download AllWebMenus WordPress plugin here: http://www.likno.com/addins/wordpress-menu.html

AllWebMenus WordPress Plugin is free for all users, but you need to own an AllWebMenus Pro license, as they work in combination.

Although optional you may want to upgrade your license of AllWebMenus Pro so you can download the latest version that totally supports Internet Explorer 11. You may want to see what's new here: http://www.likno.com/whatsnew.html

Let me know if you need more information.

Thank you!

Kind Regards,  

Aggelos Tsakonas
www.likno.com
Powerful javascript menus (CSS menus/drop-down menus/sliding menus), web trees, buttons, tabs, modals, tooltips, accordions, scrollers, designs for your websites!

 

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


Initial Email From:
Struan
Initial Email Subject: Likno Web Tabs Builder - WordPress integration
Support Case Month: December 2013

Hi there

Just purchased the 3 license version of LWTB today and I have spent many hours building images for a time-limited project. It is configured exactly as stated by the given documentation and I am now seeing an error message come up on my browser saying "Likno Web Tabs *cannot appear!* The required positioning element with ID="lwtAnchor-test-tab1" is not found in page (see "Positioning" property in application).

I followed the WordPress setup instructions as carefully as possible and repeated the setup process several times. Now I am almost ready to give up as it doesn't appear to be working. Is there a really simple solution that doesn't appear in any of the documentation?

Best regards,
Struan

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello,

First, thank you for your purchase.

Have you checked the print "DIV" element option?

wordpress tab interface

Also, please export and send me your project file, so that we can have a better look at the problem.

This is what you should do to export your project into a ZIP file and then email this ZIP to us.

export tabs project

Thank you!

Kind Regards,  

Aggelos Tsakonas
www.likno.com
Powerful javascript menus (CSS menus/drop-down menus/sliding menus), web trees, buttons, tabs, modals, tooltips, accordions, scrollers, designs for your websites!

Reply From: Struan

Hi

yes,  like I said, I followed all instructions with due care and diligence.

I went through the Likno forums, Google search and a large variety of well known Dev forums to find answers...

Please find attached the requested ZIP file.

The project I am working on is being released on Friday 20th Dec hopefully with a completed Tabs interface for the R&D team to commence testing.

Cheers

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello Struan,

On the WordPress Admin Panel change the name of the tab control to "testtab1"

wp tabs interface

Switch back to Likno Web Tabs Builder and change the Population method to Populate the tabs inside this project (this way you don't need to add any code on your own, if you indeed need the populate through DIVs let me know)

tab content population method

Change tha positioning to lwtbAnchor-testtab1

tab positioning element

Go to Project Properties and change the compiled JavaScript name to testtab1

tab project properties

Then, re-compile your tabs project for WordPress.

Switch back to WordPress Admin panel. Go to testtab1 and upload the new zip file.

Then, you can go to add a new Page for example and click on the red tabs icon

wordpress tabs shortcode

And select the tab "testtab1"

wordpress tabs

Then, the tabs should appear in that page (or all if you checked so)

wordpress tabs in page

Let me know if you need more information.

Thank you!

Kind Regards,  

Aggelos Tsakonas
www.likno.com
Powerful javascript menus (CSS menus/drop-down menus/sliding menus), web trees, buttons, tabs, modals, tooltips, accordions, scrollers, designs for your websites!

 

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Knowledge Base for AllWebMenus Pro.

AllWebMenus WordPress Plugin can be installed and used on a Multisite WordPress installation.

The steps to install AllWebMenus WP plugin on a multisite WP installation are:

Step 1:

While you are in your WP Network Admin Panel go to Plugins, choose the AllWebMenus allwebmenus-wordpress-menu-plugin.1.1.19.zip and click on Install Now.

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Step 2:

After AllWebMenus WordPress Plugin is installed, click Network Activate.

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Then, AllWebMenus WP plugin will be activated in your WordPress Sites on that WordPress network installation.

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Screenshot from a WordPress site inside that Multisite installation.

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Screenshot from another WordPress site inside that Multisite installation.

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In this post we show how you can position your menu to your WordPress site/blog using AllWebMenus Pro and AllWebMenus WordPress Plugin.

Assuming that you have already installed AllWebMenus WordPress Plugin to your WordPress site/blog, let’s see how you can position your menu.

Step 1: Go to Plugins –> Installed Plugins 

Installed Plugins in WordPress

Step 2: In your Installed Plugins you will AllWebMenus WordPress Menu Plugin, click on Settings.

AllWebMenus WordPress Menu Plugin settings

Step 3: On Menu Positioning Method you have the following choices:

AllWebMenus WordPress menu positioning methods

Custom position: you can choose custom position in cases that you need to position your menu relative to an existing element/image in your page or in case you want it to a specific place.
If you choose custom position make sure that you set the related positioning properties in your AllWebMenus (application).
You need to set your menu positioning relative to an element that already exists in your page or if you set it relative to an element that is not currently in your page, make sure to add it.

Menu positioning relative to an element

Note that you can also leave the default menu positioning in your AllWebMenus (which is relative to Window), so the menu will appear relative to window.

Widget: you can choose the widget menu positioning method in case you want the menu to appear in your themes sidebar. If you choose this method, you don’t need to make any menu positioning changes in AllWebMenus (application) as AllWebMenus is going to take control of this.
This option requires you to go to Appearance –> Widgets

WordPress Widgets

In the Inactive Widgets you will find a widget called AllWebMenus: {your menu name}, Drag this from Inactive Widgets

WordPress AllWebMenus inactive widget

and Drop it where you want it to appear.

AllWebMenus WordPress active widget

Theme Menu Location: In this method you will usually see the “Theme Menu Location: primary…” and in some cases if the theme supports it you may see the “Theme Menu Location: secondary”. These are the predefined menu positions that your theme provides.
In case, you select the Theme Menu Location method you don’t need to change anything according to menu positioning in AllWebMenus, as the application is going to take control of that.

The above is only part of the menu positioning, you need to follow all the steps in order to create a menu for your WordPress site/blog. You can find all the instructions here:

 

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In this post we show how you can install AllWebMenus WordPress Plugin to your WordPress blog/site.

First, you need to download AllWebMenus WordPress Plugin.
You can find it here: http://www.likno.com/addins/wordpress-menu.html

Step 1: Login to your WordPress Admin Panel and go to Plugins –> Add New.

Add New Plugin in WordPress

Step 2: Then, click on Upload, choose the allwebmenus-wordpress-menu-plugin.zip you previously downloaded.

Upload WordPress Plugin

After you have chosen the zip folder click on “Install Now”.

choose wordpress plugin to install

Step 3: After AllWebMenus WordPress Plugin has successfully been installed you need to Activate it. So, click “Activate Plugin”.

Activate WordPress plugin

The AllWebMenus WordPress plugin is activated and ready to be used.

                                                                                                                                                                

Another way you can install AllWebMenus WordPress plugin to your WordPress site/blog is through the Search for Plugins that WordPress offers.

Step 1: Go to Plugins –> Add New. Type allwebmenus in the search box and click “Search Plugins”.

Search WordPress plugins

In results you will see the AllWebMenus WordPress Menu Plugin, you can click on “Install Now”.

Install AllWebMenus WordPress plugin

Step 2: After it has been installed you activate it by click “Activate Plugin”.

                                                                                                                                                                

Finally, you can manually install the AllWebMenus WordPress plugin.

Step 1: Download the AllWebMenus WordPress plugin.
You can find it here: http://www.likno.com/addins/wordpress-menu.html

Step 2: Export the zip folder.

Step 3: Upload the extracted folder “allwebmenus-wordpress-menu-plugin” to your server in the path
wp-content/plugins.

Step 4: Login to your WordPress Administration Panel and go to Plugins –> Installed Plugins.

You will find AllWebMenus WordPress Menu Plugin there, click on Activate and you are ready to go.

Activate plugin in WordPress Admin Panel

 

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