All the menus produced by AllWebMenus Pro are going to perfectly work in all browsers and devices (PCs, Tablets, Smartphones).
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Initial Email From: Terri
Initial Email Subject: mega menus
Support Case Month: April 2013
I am just getting started with AllWebMenus Pro and am trying to create a mega menu but don't see that option in your style list. Can you walk me through how to do this?
Reply From: Likno Customer Support
Regarding the mega-menu, this can be achieved by adding a single submenu item that uses the “HTML – Full Mode”. This way you can add custom HTML to create the content of your mega-menu. You can see examples of this and download the menu projects in our online examples page:
In order to use an image with a link, you can add an HTML code similar to the following:
<img src="myimage.jpg" style="border: none;">
To create a submenu that takes up the full screen, set it as a menubar:
Finally in standard floating menus, if you want to use an image, simply add the image and link in the appropriate fields:
I hope the above were helpful. Please let me know if you need anything else.
Likno Customer Support
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Tags: floating menus, html, image, link, mega menu, Menu, menubar, style+, submenu