The menu consists of the four types of elements: Links, Headers, Separators, and Images.

  • The Link is a basic menu element. It can include an icon, text (label) and link (URL) to the web page or document. The browser is directed to the URL when a user clicks the Link Element.
  • The Header is a useful element which allows organizing the menu elements into groups.
  • The Separator is a simple element which represents a thematic break between the groups of elements.
  • The Image Element is similar to the Link Element. It includes a raster image, text (label) and link (URL) to the web page or document.
Menu elements

  • To add an element, click the corresponding button.
  • To edit the properties, click on an element. The Properties form is located on the right below the Design window.
  • To move an element, just select it and drag it to another location.
  • To make an element as a child (as a submenu) for the parent element, drag it and put it to the same location with a small indent on the left. Only a Link Element (or Image Element) can include child elements (submenu).

  • A right-click on an element opens the context menu. The context menu allows you to insert a new element into the proper place in your structure tree by one click.

    On Mac, you can simulate a right-click by holding down the control key while performing a mouse click or trackpad click.

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