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I was adding a title to the page containing the Turner Delux drop down menu and now the the menu is gone and I cannot recover it.
Please tell me in very plan instructions how to load the Mneu on to a blank Front Page web page. A: See, you should do the following things.
1. Create your menu in Deluxe Tuner.
2. Export the menu into html file "File/Export/To HTML".
3. Copy generated folder with all engine .js files and images
("deluxe-menu.files/" by default) and data-deluxe-menu.js (by default) into the same folder with you index.html page (created inFrontPage).
4. Now you should add several rows of code into your index.html file.
You can do it in FrontPage (open HTML source of the page and edit it)or in any text editor. Open your index.html page and edit it.
Notice that you'll have errors in the Preview. But you won't get errors if you open this page in the browser.
5. Add the following code in the tag:
in the place where you want to have the menu.
You can paste it in <table>, <div> tags. For example.
6. Save your index.html page and open it in any browser.
I use your product for one of my clients and so I am familiar with using Deluxe Tuner on the Mac and editing that menu, etc. It is a simple menu though, that doesn't use any images or anything fancy.
Any advice is appreciated. Thank you!A: Yes, of course, I don't see any problem with it.
You can use any images as item background, see for example:
I am running our Intranet site off a mapped drive in our office and it is only accessed by approx. 12 users. Would the Single Website License be what I am looking for? Eventually, I would like to move it to a proper server. Would I encounter any issues down the road?
I am not a web designer, just a technician looking to add an Intranet as a helpful tool for our office.
Really like your product! A: For Single Website License you should register the menu for the domain name thatyou print in a browser's search string, for example:
Your menu will work on the registered domain name only.