Hello, we have released a new version of AllWebMenus Pro: Version 5.3 build #896.
Check out What's New
- Added extra menu positioning options to the "Menu Preview" pane too, so that your menu appears on Preview in a convenient position and is not affected by the actual positioning that takes place in the actual web page.
- Fixed an issue with the UL/LI sample code.
- Fixed an issue where the drop-down menu items appeared very wide in IE, in some rare cases.
All features here: http://www.likno.com/allwebmenusinfo.html
Download the new version of our CSS menu builder at http://www.likno.com/download.html
This is to inform you that AllWebMenus Pro version 5.2 Build #802 has been released!
Take a look at 'What's New' in this version:
- New "Menu Structure Source" property to specify how your css navigation menu is populated with menu items and submenus:
Option 1: using the project's structure, i.e. items that you add to your AllWebMenus project. These items are fetched from its compiled project's file (default option), OR
Option 2: "on-the-fly", using <UL><LI> items fetched from the loaded page that shows the menu.
- Added support for properly building a menu when its menu-linking code cannot be placed right after the <BODY> element: you can inform AllWebMenus if the menu-linking code is a direct child of the <BODY> tag (default behavior) OR it "sits" inside additional tags (like <td>, <div>, <span>, etc.). The latter case used to cause some cross-browser trouble in certain CMS or tools (especially in FrontPage), now it is solved through this option.
- Fixed an issue where the "Show Item or Group on Appear" didn't work properly when "Automatically" was chosen and the option "If the highlighted item is inside a submenu group, this group will also appear selected and open" was unchecked.
You can download the application via our website's Download Page
Thanks for reading!
Likno Software Team
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On March 19, Microsoft has officially released the Final version of its new Internet Explorer 8 browser.
On March 20, we released a minor update (Build 768.3) of the AllWebMenus Web Menu Maker which fixes some issues caused by differences between the IE8 Final version and its Release Candidate.
Today (March 23), we released another minor update (Build 768.4) that fixes some newly reported issues occurring on rare configurations.
You may download the latest version of AllWebMenus from www.likno.com/download.html (or from your Likno User Area account).
Note: AllWebMenus supports IE8 since its BETA phases. In particular, the Release Candidate version (RC1) is supported since Build 764 (Feb. 16).
Microsoft has recently released the RC1 version of its new Internet Explorer 8 browser.
The new version 5.1.764 of the AllWebMenus Web Menu Maker has included several fixes that deal with issues related to the changes made in this new IE8 browser.
If you do not want to wait for the final release of IE8 (recommended), you may download the latest version of AllWebMenus from www.likno.com/download.html (or from your Likno User Area account), install it, recompile your menus and upload to your server the updated menu file AND the –also updated- awmdata folder that contains the libraries – and also the fixes.
We are continuously testing the AllWebMenus application with all updates of the IE8 BETA; however some issues are still present under specific conditions and the Microsoft team is working on resolving them (see a list of IE8 BETA bugs here: http://www.gtalbot.org/BrowserBugsSection/MSIE8Bugs/ )
When the IE8 browser is officially released, these BETA-related issues will not be affecting your menus, unless Microsoft does not fix its own bugs!
Read below how Microsoft treats IE8 and the problems we all may face if action is not taken by Microsoft: