Setting advanced appearance options

Setting advanced appearance options

Use options in the Advanced tab to specify additional attributes of the menu cells. For example, you can set the width, height, cell spacing or padding of the menu button, indent text, and set border attributes.

To set advanced formatting attributes for a pop-up menu:

  1. Click the Advanced tab, then set the options you want to apply to the menu items:

    Cell Width sets a specific width, in pixels, for the menu buttons. Cell width is set automatically based on the widest item; to increase the cell width, select Pixels in the pop-up menu and enter a value larger than the one that appears in the Cell Width text box.

    Cell Height sets a specific height, in pixels, for the menu buttons. To increase the cell height, select Pixels in the pop-up menu and enter a value larger than the one that appears in the Cell Height text box.

    Cell Padding specifies the number of pixels between a cell’s content and its boundaries.

    Cell Spacing specifies the number of pixels between adjacent cells.

    Text Indent allows you to specify, in pixels, how far text in a menu item is indented within the cell.

    Menu Delay sets the length of time between when the user moves the pointer over the triggering image or link, and when the menu appears. Values are in milliseconds so the default setting, 1000, equals 1 second. For every second of delay you want, add 000; for example, for a 3 second delay, type 3000.

    Pop-up Borders determines whether a border appears around the items in the menu. If you want a border to appear around the menu items, make sure the Show Borders checkbox is checked.

    Border Width sets the border’s width, in pixels.

    Shadow, Border Color, and Highlight allow you to pick a color for these border options. Shadow and highlight are not reflected in the preview.

  2. When you finish setting advanced appearance options, click OK or select another Show Pop-Up Menu tab to set additional options.


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