Update to Responsive Menu Builder...

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Hey everyone!

We just released an update of Menu Builder! This version primarily fixes issues reported by users since the last update as well as added a few new features.

The nitty gritty details of version 1.1 Build 47:
  • Corrected issue when using an apostrophe in an Element Name.
  • Corrected issue when using UL in an Element Name.
  • Improved loading times with opening saved menus.

NOTE: For this update, we recommend that you uninstall any previous version first before installing the update.

We have made this a free update for registered users which you can download here at http://www.coffeecup.com/help/myorders

If you would like to give the latest trial version a test run, you can download it here at http://www.coffeecup.com/menu-builder

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User 294282 Photo

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How long does the trial version for Menu Builder last and what are the limitations? I'm waiting form my tax returns so I can "pull the trigger"...
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7-days fully functional.
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I'm slowly getting used to combining RLM and MB, and have the following wish:
I would like the MB to be able to output the menu to a simple "menu" button - with all the menus and submenus available upon clicking the button, for small displays, which the menu builder does not allow - YET:P
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It's already there.
Insert a breakpoint where you want your menu layout to change.
Click on the Design tab, now click on Layout tab (Right side of your screen).
Now select Recomended for Small Screens.
That's it.
When your screen is resized to the size you selected as the breakpoint, you will have a vertical menu with one button.
Click this button and your menu will open.
Søren, Denmark
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Soren, I've done what you say, but the result is still the same. Well, it's true that only one button remains, the Menu Button, but this menu button still remains within the menu bar, I mean the menu bar is still visible, and althouth this bar is shorter, it's not what I want. What I would like to have (as the official CoffeeCup menu on their site) is just one (1) button without any visible menu bar.

I've checked the html source of the original CoffeeCup menu when active on a small screen, and there it says:

<button class="nav-button button right"><i class="icon-menu-6"></i>MENU</button>

So CoffeeCup do have written code that produces just one single menu button on the right-hand side, no menu bar visible and taking up space...which is so much nicer....and much more practical on small screens.

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Hans, I thing we need a link to your site to fully understand what you want. And if you could also give us a link to where you have seen the menu the way you want it, that would help us giving you better advice.
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Inger, the menu he is trying to replicate is the CoffeeCup Home Page if you shrink it down to Mobile size. Instead of a menu bar all the way across the top of the screen, which I guess Menu Builder produces as standard, he wants just the button icon and word 'Menu' as the CoffeeCup website shows at mobile size. See how it just says menu on the right side with the small menu button icon? No 'bar' across the screen.
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Oh, I didn't know that. I don't think (not having examined the code, though), that the menu bar is produced in the menu builder. I think it is sitting on some background bar. At least it was that way when I tried to create a menu sitting on a bar covering the whole width.
Isn't it possible just to leave the menu with a transparent background, only coloured underneath the text 'menu'. Again, I haven't examined the code, haven't got time right now.
Ha en riktig god dag!
Inger, Norway
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Inger, når det vil bli løst, vil jeg ha en god dag...

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