We are happy to inform you that the latest version of AllWebMenus - v5.2 build #804 - has been released!
Check out the new features and fixes added in this version:
- New "SEO CSS Menu Addin": Create SEO friendly menus (dropdown menus or sliding menus) through "sitemap-based SEO" or "on-page SEO". read more
- Themes and Examples are now combined into a single form.
- Added a new example (mega drop-down menu) into the application.
- The interface now remembers the last selected tab in the "UL/LI structure" form.
- Fixed an issue (IE6 only) where the "Hide Fix" for hiding "select boxes" didn't work properly.
- Fixed an issue where if an image was used along with text in an item, the image did not properly align vertically.
- Fixed an issue where a warning appeared in firefox 3.5 regarding -moz-opacity css declaration.
- Fixed an issue with the "Auto Highlight" feature: a sliding submenu was not opening if its parent item was clicked (and page was changing).
- Fixed a menu positioning issue when the "UL/LI" option was used: the menu was not positioned correctly on its positioning element.
- Added support for the "onclick event" and "link target" on "UL/LI" menu structures.
You can download the latest version at
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This is to inform you that AllWebMenus Pro version 5.2 Build #802 has been released!
Take a look at 'What's New' in this version:
- New "Menu Structure Source" property to specify how your css navigation menu is populated with menu items and submenus:
Option 1: using the project's structure, i.e. items that you add to your AllWebMenus project. These items are fetched from its compiled project's file (default option), OR
Option 2: "on-the-fly", using <UL><LI> items fetched from the loaded page that shows the menu.
- Added support for properly building a menu when its menu-linking code cannot be placed right after the <BODY> element: you can inform AllWebMenus if the menu-linking code is a direct child of the <BODY> tag (default behavior) OR it "sits" inside additional tags (like <td>, <div>, <span>, etc.). The latter case used to cause some cross-browser trouble in certain CMS or tools (especially in FrontPage), now it is solved through this option.
- Fixed an issue where the "Show Item or Group on Appear" didn't work properly when "Automatically" was chosen and the option "If the highlighted item is inside a submenu group, this group will also appear selected and open" was unchecked.
You can download the application via our website's Download Page
Thanks for reading!
Likno Software Team
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