If you are using a site style with a horizontal menu and you have more than half-a-dozen pages, you have probably noticed that your menu buttons wrap to a second row. Until now, the page building system has been using a simple wrapping calculation that sometimes made for some funny looking menus. For example, if you had 9 pages, you could end up with 8 buttons in one row and one lonely button on the second. Not ideal. Now, if you have enough buttons to require a second row, we will try to calculate the ideal position to wrap your buttons to keep your rows approximately even. We think this looks a lot better. If you currently have a two-row menu, try rebuilding your site and check out your new menu (to rebuild, go to "Site Style" and choosing your same style again). If you find that your new menu doesn't look quite right, please let us know and we'll do all we can to fix it up. In addition, if you have some small buttons in your menu which always had squished little drop-down submenus, those should be fixed as well. Again, you'll have to rebuild your site to see the changes.
★ Posted on 10/23/2006 | 9 comments ★