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Menus



Menus serve to navigate within the portal. Menus can be connected within one another. A subordinate menu reacts here to a selection made in the superior menu. In Intrexx, three kinds of menus are available for use.

Tree Menu

Properties A tree menu can show any number of level. Where the level of display begins depends on how the menu is linked to additional menus. The individual branches can be shown or hidden.



A tree menu has the same properties as a container. In addition, in the properties dialog, after setting the background, borders, and offsets, you can influence the appearance of the menu items. A tree menu has a total area on which the menu items will be displayed. For this area, you can set the background on the properties page for Menu background.



Next, you can set the background for the individual menu items on the property page Menu – Menu items.

Element Settings




In addition to ID, Title and Role, you can define the Menu content here. First, select the menu with the portal menu structure, which provides the content for the dropdown menu for use. With a newly created portal, the menus Standard, Mobile, and Quicklinks are available to you.

In Contents from superior menu element, you can select an additional existing menu element, which will take over control of the tree menu.

In the Symbols area, you can include individual images, which will then represent individual points in the menu structure, with this symbol. If you have already selected symbols via the properties assistant, these images will be entered here. They can be replaced with your own images according to your wishes.

Flat Menu

Properties

A flat menu can only show one level. Where the level of display begins is dependent on how it is linked to other menus.

Element Settings



In addition to ID, Title and Role, you can define the Menu content here. First, select the menu with the portal menu structure, which provides the content for the dropdown menu for use. With a newly created portal, the menus Standard, Mobile, and Quicklinks are available to you.

In Contents from superior menu element, you can select an additional existing menu element, which will take over control of the flat menu. It is also possible to select a Submenu, which will be controlled by the flat menu. As Separator between menu items, an Image can be defined by clicking on this symbol, or Text, which you can enter in the edit field below.

Dropdown Menu

Properties

A dropdown menu consists of a flat main menu and popout windows, which will be shown when a menu item contains subordinate menu items and the mouse is in contact with the main menu item.

Element Settings



In the element settings of a dropdown menu, you can define the Menu contents in the lower area. First, select the menu with the portal menu structure, which provides the content for the dropdown menu for use. With a newly created portal, the menus Standard, Mobile, and Quicklinks are available to you.

In the Submenu, you can select an additional existing menu that will be controlled by the dropdown menu. In Advanced options, you can define the depth of the dropdown menu. If, for example, 5 levels are existent in a menu structure, you can show levels 1 and 2 with the dropdown menu, while the submenu that you enter here takes over the display of the other 3 levels. In Image for submenu with children you can, by clicking on this symbol, select an image that will be shown for submenus.