Hello! We have released a new version of Likno Web Scroller (jQuery Slider) Builder: Version 2.1 build #148.

Check out What's New

- Enhanced the image and bullets behavior of the Thumbnail Bars and Navigation Bars.

- Initialized certain style properties so that the scroller is not affected by the CSS properties of each website.

- Improved the scroller appearance in CMS (Content Management Systems) like WordPress, Joomla etc.

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 Scroller Builder, abstracted and stripped of all user’s private info.


Initial Email From:
Ben 
Initial Email Subject: error code in wordpress 
Support Case Month: December 2013

"Likno Web Scroller Builder Error: Positioning element "#liknoscroller_positionID" is not found in page."

What does this mean and how do i fix it?

I have uninstalled the plugin twice and published the scroller twice, once a new one and then deleted the file and republished

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello Ben,

This error means that you have selected to populate the scroller through DIVs in your page

Scroller populated by DIV elements

But you haven't added the code that populates the scroller items in your page.

If you want to go with this option you need to add the code in your page.

You can see the Sample Code in Likno Web Scroller Builder. Copy the code that populates the scroller items.

jQuery slider sample code

In WordPress, when you add a new post (or in an existing one) after you have selected the scroller, you can paste that code.

jQuery WordPress slider code

Another way you can have your scroller is with the selection "With items inside the compiled project (js)", which means that everything will be included in your compiled file, so you don't need to add extra code to populate your items in your page. It depends on what you want to achieve with your scroller.

jQuery slider population methods

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: Ben

Fantastic - you did it thank you so much
Ben

 

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Hello, we have released a new version of AllWebMenus Pro: Version 5.3 build #930.

Check out What's New

- Added support for cloning the "Type: Positioning Element Height" option on responsive menus.

- Added IE11 menu positioning adjustments for WordPress websites when logged into the Admin panel.

- Fixed an issue with Android internal browser and Cross Frame Support.

- Fixed some issues related to Windows Phone/Mobile and Touch.

All features here: http://www.likno.com/allwebmenusinfo.html

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

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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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