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

Initial Email From:
Initial Email Subject: allwebmenus in a new computer 
Support Case Month: May 2012

I have an old computer and an old version of Dreamweaver. I manage one website and would like to add dropdown nav-bars. I would like to know if it would be worth it for me to buy a version now or wait...or will I be able to transfer to my new computer...I really don't know if I should buy another version of Dreamweaver either?

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello Delores,

You do not really need Dreamweaver to add menus to your website,as the AllWebMenus script can be inserted by just pasting the "menu-linking" code to each page (or template) after the "body" tag.

You can manually insert a small identification code in the element where the menu should be attached, in case you want your menu to have an Element-related position.

If you buy a new computer you can just install AllWebMenus there and get a new Activation Code for that PC.

Best Regards,
Aris Filokostas
Likno Customer Support
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We are happy to inform you that we have released a new version of AllWebMenus, version 5.2 build 822!

Take a look at What's New:

- Enhanced the "UL/LI". When requesting the code to be added on the page, the "Item Text" values are converted to their HTML equivalent values, so that multiple lines are shown with a BR, etc.

- Fixed an issue for sticky submenus where the option "hovers over another item" had the opposite behaviour.

- Fixed an issue where the Z-Index value was always 1000 when the "UL/LI" option was used.

- Fixed an issue where the "Has Submenu Image" didn't appear in items using the "Subitems Style+" and the "UL/LI" structure was used.

Important! The activation process has been changed to better support non-admin cases. Therefore, when you install Build #822 (or above) over Build #820 (or below) you need to retrieve a new Activation Code from your User Area. It is important to clarify that this action does NOT reduce the remaining Activation Codes for your license.

You can download the latest version at the AllWebMenus Download Page

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