Sothink DHTML Menu v9.40 Build 936 Portable: A Powerful Tool for Web Designers
Sothink DHTML Menu v9.40 Build 936 Portable is a multifunctional package for webmasters that allows them to create professional DHTML and Java menus, as well as HTML-editor and a module for creating flash animation. It is a standalone application that does not require installation and can be run from any removable device.
With Sothink DHTML Menu v9.40 Build 936 Portable, web designers can create dynamic and attractive menus for their web pages without writing a single line of code. The menus can be fully customized by changing the text, font, link, background, bullets, border style, pop-up effect and so on. The menus can also have multi-levels and can be positioned anywhere on the web page. The menus can automatically detect the visitors' browser type and load the best script code for it, so the designers do not have to worry about the browser compatibility problems. The supported browsers include IE, Netscape and Opera.
Sothink DHTML Menu v9.40 Build 936 Portable is a powerful tool for web designers who want to create professional and eye-catching menus for their web pages without coding. It is easy to use and has a lot of features that can enhance the web design experience.
To use Sothink DHTML Menu v9.40 Build 936 Portable, you just need to download the package and unzip it to any folder on your computer or removable device. Then you can run the executable file and start creating your menus. You can choose from the existing menu templates or create your own from scratch. You can also import your existing menu files and edit them with the tool.
The interface of Sothink DHTML Menu v9.40 Build 936 Portable is user-friendly and intuitive. You can drag and drop the menu items to arrange them in the desired order and hierarchy. You can also edit the properties of each menu item, such as text, link, target, background, icon, separator and so on. You can preview the menu in different browsers and resolutions to check its appearance and functionality. You can also test the menu locally or on the web by using the Web Path and Link Prefix options.