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penelope_chapron [Creating Pull-Down Menus]
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 The “Open New Browser Window” option causes the link to open the target web page in a new and separate window while leaving the source web page open in its own unchanged window. This is helpful when you do not want the site visitor to navigate away from the page of the activated link. Uses for this could be copyright information or explanatory text, or a detail view of something. The visitor could easily close that window when done viewing it and readily continue perusing the original web page waiting in its original window. The “Open New Browser Window” option causes the link to open the target web page in a new and separate window while leaving the source web page open in its own unchanged window. This is helpful when you do not want the site visitor to navigate away from the page of the activated link. Uses for this could be copyright information or explanatory text, or a detail view of something. The visitor could easily close that window when done viewing it and readily continue perusing the original web page waiting in its original window.
  
-Next to the tab “Menu Structure and Entries” you will find the tab “Settings.” Here you can set the appearance of the menu.+Next to the tab “Menu Structure and Entries” you will find the tab “Settings”Here you can set the appearance of the menu.
  
 **Border** settings include outer and inner border width, color, and optional shadow. Shadow intensity and shadow color can also be assigned. **Border** settings include outer and inner border width, color, and optional shadow. Shadow intensity and shadow color can also be assigned.
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 In Page Editor mode, dynamic menus can be assigned to any images or text objects. When a visitor to your site moves the cursor over the assigned object, the menu will appear. Moving the cursor away from the objects causes the menu to disappear again. In Page Editor mode, dynamic menus can be assigned to any images or text objects. When a visitor to your site moves the cursor over the assigned object, the menu will appear. Moving the cursor away from the objects causes the menu to disappear again.
  
-To assign a dynamic menu to an image or text object select it and follow the menu path: “Edit” → “Dynamic Menu” → “Apply Dynamic Menu.” In the “Apply Dynamic Menu” window you can select the menu that will appear when a user’s cursor moves across the object. Use the “Edit Menu” button to open the “Dynamic Menu” window and set or change settings. The dynamic menu will appear left-justified underneath the assigned object. You can change the distance from the object to make it appear at a different position, using the controls in the “Offset to Object” area.+To assign a dynamic menu to an image or text object select it and follow the menu path: “Edit” → “Dynamic Menu” → “Apply Dynamic Menu”In the “Apply Dynamic Menu” window you can select the menu that will appear when a user’s cursor moves across the object. Use the “Edit Menu” button to open the “Dynamic Menu” window and set or change settings. The dynamic menu will appear left-justified underneath the assigned object. You can change the distance from the object to make it appear at a different position, using the controls in the “Offset to Object” area.
  
 ===== Removing a Dynamic Menu from an Object ===== ===== Removing a Dynamic Menu from an Object =====
  
 You can remove a menu from an assigned object simply by dragging the “Copy Settings” button to the Recycle Bin. You can remove a menu from an assigned object simply by dragging the “Copy Settings” button to the Recycle Bin.
web/dynamic_menus.txt · Last modified: 2015/12/03 11:06 by penelope_chapron