In rare cases your AllWebMenus menu might be some pixels away for a specific browser. Thus you need to apply to this menu the appropriate x,y offset values for this browser only. In other words you need to apply in your menu browser specific offsets.

To do that you just have to click on the "Menu Positioning" button. In the window that will appear you must click on the "Click for Browser-specific offsets" button and define properly the offsets for the specific browser (see the image below).

Finally, recompile your menu and re-upload the appropriate files if you have it (i.e. the menu) online.

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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.

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