AllWebMenus Pro has the "Link Target" property. This property specifies the frame, iframe or window where the page specified by the "Link" property (of the menu item) opens. The image below shows the various options of the "Link Target" property.
If you choose option "_blank" the page specified by the "Link" property of the menu item will open in an new browser window. You can define the properties of the opening window selecting the option "use parameters". Then you have to click on the "use parameters" option and a window like the image below will appear and will allow you to customize the browser window.
- Open your menu's project using your AllWebMenus Pro application.
- Start a normal link procedure clicking on the "Link Menu" button (see Image1 below).
- Choose the pages from which you want to unlink your menu, hold the Control button (ctrl) and click the "Link" button. When you hold the Control button, the "Link" button will change to "Unlink" button (see Image2 below).
This is the easiest, fastest and recommended way to remove a Lininking Code instance from your page(s); removing the Linking Code instance from your page, you unlink your menu Afterwards, you are able to re-link your menu.
AllWebMenus Pro application gives you the ability to choose the position of your menu inside your page.
In order to choose the position of your menu through AllWebMenus Pro, you have to click on the Menu Positioning button. After you click on this button a window as shown in the picture below, will appear.
If you want your menu to have a window-related position, then you should choose "Relative to Window", and select where you want the menu to be placed.
If you want your menu to have an element-related position (e.g. an image, a table, a div, etc) you have to choose (like in the red box) "Relative to an Element", and then the place in the element that want the menu to be placed (from the properties below - Element/Menu Anchor and offsets). Then, you have to copy the code (press the green box) and paste it into an id into the properties of the element you want your menu inside (check the samples of code by pressing '?' button next to 'Copy'). Just decide inside which element you want your menu to appear and paste the code there.
To find more info in the Help section, please go to:
Help -> Properties -> Properties Description -> Property: Positioning.
When you build a site using ASP/PHP pages, you have to follow a different way so as to link your menu to them.
If your site has master page(s), namely page(s) that include other page(s) and you want your menu to appear in the included page(s) you have to do the following:
- Link your menu in the master page(s) using the Link procedure of your AllWebMenus Pro application.
- Position your menu in the included page(s) adding the appropriate line of positioning code in their source code. You can find all the appropriate information about how to position your menu through AllWebMenus Pro in the Help section (go to Help -> Properties -> Properties Description -> Property: Positioning).
We are happy to announce that we have released AllWebMenus version 5.1 build #776.
See here what's new in this build:
- Fixed an issue with the FrontPage Plugin when opening a menu which contained strange characters (like "a" with umlaut).
For more info on releases, please visit http://www.likno.com/whatsnew.html