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Initial Email From:
Brad
Initial Email Subject: Menu project file 
Support Case Month: March 2014

For some reason my project file and menu are not the same as what is on the production web site.  I tried to copy over all the asmdata, menu.js and the project file.

The menu in development is missing a menu item from what’s in production.  Is it possible to re-build the project file from the menu.js file?

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello Brad,

I am afraid this cannot be done automatically.

So, the best solution is to open that menu project in AllWebMenus Pro and just add the menu item missing.

Please, let me know if you need further help.

Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Aggelos Tsakonas
www.likno.com
Powerful javascript menus (CSS menus/drop-down menus/sliding menus), web trees, buttons, tabs, modals, tooltips, accordions, scrollers, designs for your websites!

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When you update AllWebMenus Pro so as to benefit its new features or bug fixes, you need to carefully update your online menus. There have been cases where after recompiling the menu's project and re-uploading its JavaScript file, the menu did not work properly. This might happen due to the fact that the menu's awmdata folder has not been uploaded.

The awmdata folder (awmdata is the default folder's name) contains the Library Files of the menu and any image files, if the menu uses any. Thus if you do not re-upload this folder, you will have online an updated JavaScript file and Library Files that have been created by an older build.

So whenever you update your AllWebMenus Pro application and you re-compile your menus, make sure that you uploaded to your site's server both the menu's JavaScript file and the awmdata folder.

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