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

Initial Email From:
Initial Email Subject: centering menu on a proportional fullscreen page
Support Case Month: August 2012

I want to center a menu on a full screen proportional page.  Which settings work.  It always goes to left for me.
I do have a second question.  I would buy this in a heart beat if you could make it.  I want a menu that fades in from invisible to 100% opaque (and stays that way) AND works.  Is that possible???

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Dear Bry,

I see that you are currently using a positioning “Relative to Element”.

If you want the menu to be on the top of the window, the easiest solution is to use a positioning “Relative to Window”:

menu position relative to window

Let me know if this worked. In the off-chance it does not, please export and send me your menu project.

Also, regarding the fade-in menu, you can do this here:

fade in effect in menu

Currently this is available only as an IE effect, but I have forwarded this to our developers to see if they can extend the effect to work in all browsers.

Please confirm that you have received this email along with the other two emails I sent you before.

Likno Customer Support
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