The "Formatting Mode" option allows you to include simple HTML tags in the text used for the item that will enhance the effects in the three different states of the item.
Based on the suggestion of a customer, here is an example where the first letter of the item's text changes color on the "Mouse Over" and "Mouse Click" state:
In the <Text> property of the second main item (Main Item 2), we have included the following code:
In that case, the menu will appear as follows (check the effect in the "Main Item 2"):
If you wish to see this in action, you can download the AllWebMenus DHTML Menu Maker from our website: www.likno.com/download.html
The AllWebMenus WordPress Menu add-in & plugin combination is designed to retrieve information from your blog (such as posts, pages, etc.) and import it into the AllWebMenus application to create stylish, feature-rich navigation menus, but not only! Apart from creating menu items derived from your wordpress blog structure, fully customize your menus adding your own non-wordpress menu items with external or internal links, html-rich content, colors, borders, effects, designs of your choice and many more!
For instructions and suggestions about installation and use of the software combination, visit the relevant page in the Likno Web Site or the Plugin's page in the WordPress Plugins Repository.
See examples of menus already inserted into WordPress blogs in the AllWebMenus WordPress Menu examples page.
Now you can easily add in your WordPress blog a stylish menu generated by the AllWebMenus PRO software!
Note: the AllWebMenus WordPress Menu add-in & plugin combination is supported in AllWebMenus PRO v5.1.754 and above.
These are the new features and fixes introduced in version 5.1.754 of AllWebMenus Web Menu Maker (released on November 4th, 2008):
- The WordPress Menu Add-in released and included in the distribution. Now you can easily create stylish menus for your WordPress-driven blogs based on your blogs' contents (posts, pages, etc.).
More information about the AllWebMenus WordPress Menu AddIn & Plugin HERE.
- Fixed an issue that caused an error on Window Unload in IE (certain cases only).
- Fixed a Gecko-related issue where the image was taking more space in height than it should, when doctype was other than loose.
- Fixed an issue with horizontal menus, where the width of the items was wider when at least one item had a submenu image (IE for Windows).
- Fixed an issue where a scrollbar appeared in Mozilla/Firefox/Safari browsers when it should not (certain cases only).
New feature introduced in AllWebMenus version 5.1.744 (released on August 8, 2008):
- New feature: "Scroll on Mouse Over" can also be used (in addition to the normal scrollbar option) when the contents of a submenu are larger than its height.
This allows for smooth scrolling of the submenu contents automatically, "on mouse over" rather than having to click on a scrollbar. See example
- Fixed the moving behavior of movable menus for IE and Mozilla browsers.
- Fixed a problem in GUI when the Refresh button was clicked while in "Style Editor" Tab and then the "Menu Editor" Tab was clicked immediately.
In order for your pop-up images to appear above your DHTML menu, you have to define the appropriate z-index to both elements: the menu and the element where the larger image appears into.
The z-index of the menu should be less than the z-index of the larger image. In order to change the z-index of the menu, change the property in the Main Menu Group Properties Editor (as shown in the image below).
You have to make sure that this is less than the z-index property of the larger image.