The bluetronix software contains 5 different so-called drop-down menu types.
With the help of the dynamic menus, many navigation points can be arranged in a clear form. Since only the sub-items of the currently selected menu item appear, the visitor to the homepage is not overwhelmed and can quickly find their way around.
Any number of points and levels can be created with the menu editor. The menu, the levels and each individual button can be extensively modified using the CSS editors be designed. Button states such as "mouseover" (when the mouse moves over it) or "onclick" (when clicked) can be defined using the style classes. Various menu types are possible on a homepage, as can be seen in the image below.
The 5 different menu types of the bluetronix software are presented below.
When hovering over a menu item on the 1st level, the horizontal menu (right-hand version) opens all the sub-items on the 2nd level downwards. The 3rd level and all following levels open to the right.
The horizontal menu (left version) folds down all sub-items of the 2nd level when hovering over a menu item of the 1st level. The 3rd level and all following levels open to the left.
When hovering over a menu item on the 1st level, the vertical menu (right-hand version) opens all the sub-items on the 2nd level and all the following to the right.
When hovering over a menu item on the 1st level, the vertical menu (left version) opens all the sub-items on the 2nd level and all the following to the left.
The vertical menu (opening downwards) opens up the 2nd level and all the following ones when you click on a menu item on the 1st level. When you click on another menu item of the 1st level, all levels that are still open are closed first.
In edit mode, the top left corner of all dynamic menus displays the
Edit menu button displayed. This allows the menu editor to be opened directly.
To open the menu editor from the HTML editor, load a page in the editor edit page , click on the appropriate menu (e.g. on a menu item) and on the Edit menu Symbol.
Insert main point, always on the 1st level
Insert a sub-item one level down from the current position
Insert point above, on the same plane
Insert point below, on the same level
Create a link, from the site manager or to an external URL
Link preview, shows the current target of the link in a new window
Create pages automatically option, attaches to menu items that do not have a page (no link)
assigned, the pages automatically
Menu type, menu type selection
Button preview, button layout preview
Button settings, calling the CSS editor to design the button
Assign button layout to all menu items of the current level
Assign button layout to all menu items of the entire menu
In the standard setting, the pages of new menu items are created automatically. It is not necessary to create and link the associated page.