AllWebMenus

Create powerful, cross-browser DHTML/JavaScript menus for your websites in minutes. Use plenty of ready-made stylish themes to easily build Drop-Down menus, CSS menus, AJAX effects, Sliding menus, Floating menus, Mega menus, etc. for any website or blog and without any programming! Supports all browsers, CMS platforms (Joomla, Drupal, etc.) and website tools (Dreamweaver, Expression Web, etc.). While easy & visual for non-programmers, still powerful for programmers (through API, Javascript Commands).
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132 votes Vote

A good idea would be to reduce the price

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likno, 22.09.2010
Hello Anesh,

thank you for your suggestion and we understand your point.

We need to comment that we develop AllWebMenus, its javascripts, menu themes, menu examples, documentation, etc, constantly for the last 10 years and we support our customer base to all their questions and implementation cases without letting them alone!

We could not do all the above if we sold our product very low. If we did so, we would have to decrease our quality and support to are paying customers, which is something we will never do.

We believe that $59.95 is the lowest price we can sell for all the features and support we deliver on this product. Please see all aspects of the software (features, separate optimized javascripts PER browser, menu themes, menu examples, lots of documentation, email support) and you will realize that you get a good value for the $59.95 it costs.

Again, thank you for your feedback.

Suzan Doyle
Likno Software team
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http://www.likno.com Powerful menus, trees, buttons, tabs, modals, tooltips, accordions, designs for your websites

anesh, 22.09.2010, 08:56
1 comment
94 votes Vote

clean up the installation process. In particular, stay out of Windows system folders.

Julia, 22.09.2010, 12:51
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61 votes Vote

I little bit pricey I think. Be nice if the price was lowered a little

Response from the site administrator
likno, 22.09.2010
Hello Richard,

I will copy here the feedback I gave to Anesh on another similar comment:

"Thank you for your suggestion and we understand your point.

We need to comment that we develop AllWebMenus, its javascripts, menu themes, menu examples, documentation, etc, constantly for the last 10 years and we support our customer base to all their questions and implementation cases without letting them alone!

We could not do all the above if we sold our product very low. If we did so, we would have to decrease our quality and support to are paying customers, which is something we will never do.

We believe that $59.95 is the lowest price we can sell for all the features and support we deliver on this product. Please see all aspects of the software (features, separate optimized javascripts PER browser, menu themes, menu examples, lots of documentation, email support) and you will realize that you get a good value for the $59.95 it costs.

Again, thank you for your feedback.

Suzan Doyle
Likno Software team
——————————
http://www.likno.com Powerful menus, trees, buttons, tabs, modals, tooltips, accordions, designs for your websites
"
Richard, 22.09.2010, 09:42
1 comment
52 votes Vote

More wysiwyg style

I just started to look at your app so this comment is based on a short overview. The application looks like it is based on forms to fill in properties. Later on you can see the result. It would be nice if it would be the other way. First...
Eric, 22.09.2010, 08:28
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21 votes Vote

great

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u, 22.09.2010, 09:49
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11 votes Vote

Provide a space to view the finished uploaded menu.

I don't have a website, but I would like to learn how to use the software. If I could test my results online, it would give me incentive to correct errors and improve layout, etc......
GeorgeIbiza, 22.09.2010, 12:20
1 comment
7 votes Vote

should localize it in German

Response from the site administrator
likno, 22.09.2010
Hello Thomas,

thank you for your suggestion.

We will consider this for a future version, just have in mind that localization is not a simple project and the market size and demand for this particular product should justify this.

Suzan Doyle
Likno Software team
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http://www.likno.com Powerful menus, trees, buttons, tabs, modals, tooltips, accordions, designs for your websites
Thomas Mueller, 22.09.2010, 09:42
1 comment
7 votes Vote

Add a DreamWeaver component. It would make a very clean install.

Seems like it would make a good fit. Sure the market is crowded, but it would definitely make a good addition to a developers tool-belt.
Bill D., 22.09.2010, 14:02
1 comment
7 votes Vote

Simplify the licensing scheme

Adam, 22.09.2010, 16:00
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3 votes Vote

Include a feature that would allow easy changes to the colours of scroll bars within a web page. Simplify licensing, and perhaps offer AllWebMenus as an -add-on / plug-in to Dreamweaver

Peter, 22.09.2010, 17:18
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3 votes Vote

When I saw the buttons, I thought I came back to 90's.

Make modern themes for the web-buttons.
jk, 22.09.2010, 18:20
1 comment
3 votes Vote

Keep up the great work! wow! rerasonable price too

This is a great and valuable tool for web designers to earn a living with potentially too. As such its well worth the money.
Michael Rizzo, 22.09.2010, 18:27
1 comment
3 votes Vote

Do something about the appearance of the buttons and icons on the main page of the software.

On your software's main page, the buttons for 'Menu Positioning', 'Menu Type', 'Themes', 'Examples', 'Send Feedback', 'Options', and 'Refresh' look slightly sketchy when viewed with a 120% DPI set monitor screen. The same is true of the pictoral...
DownTheShore, 22.09.2010, 19:02
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2 votes Vote

Please, don't force to Program Files folder on drive C: (there is no chance to change a folder during installation).

For security (and other) reasons I no more install programs on (system) drive C: Professional install packages lets a user to decide, where to install a software. In fact 99,9 % of installations allow installation to user chosen folder, why not...
F. Mrkva, 22.09.2010, 23:19
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