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Menu Maker 4 4.13 - User Guide and FAQ

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Choosing right menu mode

Menu Maker provides 3 ways to create your web menu - "relative", "fixed" and "standard"

"Relative" mode is the easiest to design and integrate with your web page. It appears on the page according to current html flow, wherever included using "script" tag. It doesn't need exact positioning and specifying width or height of the menu.

"Fixed" menu provides additional submenu level. It is independent of the html flow, you have to specify x and y position, menu width and height. Unlike "relative" menu, "fixed" menu is compatible with browsers other than Internet Explorer. To position fixed menu on the screen choose "Fixed Menu Properties" command under "Menu" menu.

"Standard" mode menu is based on a table. You have to specify top menu item width and submenu width. Standard menu is compatible with Netscape, Opera and Internet Explorer browsers. The menu is positoned in the current HTML flow, so you can place it within a table cell.

To switch between "fixed", "relative" and "standard" mode use commands located under "Menu" menu:

Because fixed menu needs fixed x and y position, you can use it with left aligned web page only. If your page is centered you will not be able to position the menu in the right place.

Adding menu items

To add new menu item use "Add Item" command located in "Edit" menu. Specify menu name in the dialog and the URL. New item is added after currently selected item.

Menu Name
Item name displayed in the menu.

You can specify any valid URL. It is better to provide absolute URLs, not relative. If you want to use relative paths you may encounter some problems described later in this manual (see the topic Setting URLs.) Absolute URLs begin with

The following target names are reserved and have special meanings.
"_blank" The user agent should load the designated document in a new, unnamed window.
"_self" The browser should load the document in the same frame as the element that refers to this target.
"_parent" The browser should load the document into the immediate FRAMESET parent of the current frame. This value is equivalent to _self if the current frame has no parent.
"_top" The browser should load the document into the full, original window (thus canceling all other frames). This value is equivalent to _self if the current frame has no parent.

This value defines popup text displayed by the browser when the user moves the mouse cursor over the menu item.

Adding submenus

In relative mode you can have menu 2 levels (top menu and 1 submenu). In fixed mode you can use 3 levels (top menu and 2 submenu levels)

To add a submenu choose "Edit" > Create Submenu..." command. You have to select top menu item first to enable this command, or select 1st level submenu item if you are in fixed mode.

After you choose this command you will have to enter menu name and menu URL the same way as for adding an item.

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