Using menus is an efficient way to navigate your web site and everybody understands them.
The menu footprint is only few KB's, making it the smallest and most efficient menu system on the Net.
To add a menu to a web page:
Click on the Add menu button, and
Decide whether the menu should appear on top or on the left of your page.
The program does the following:
Creates the default webmenu.css style sheet. This file controls the menu style, including fonts, size, colors, outlining, and other properties.
Makes changes to the web page, allowing it to use webmenu.css and webmenu.js.
All the web pages on the site share one menu. This makes the files smaller and greatly simplifies the site maintenance, because any changes to the menu will be automatically reflected in all the pages.
Changing the colors of your menu
When the menu has been created, click on the Menu colors button to define the color scheme for the main menu and the two sub-menu levels. First, select the color scheme from the list of pre-set ones. If this is not 100% what you want, modify the colors for the text/background and the highlighted text/background for the main menu and the two sub-menu levels.
Editing your menu
Viewing your menu
If you have selected the top menu, previewing it in the browser will be similar to the image below: