Vista Flash Menu provides huge collection of 1400 web buttons, 6600 icons, 300 ready-made samples, so you'll create really nice looking menus and buttons with little or nodesign skills at all! Web 2.0, Mac, iPhone, Aqua buttons, Vista, XP, transparent, round, glossy, metallic, 3d, tab menus, drop down menus will be a breeze!
With Vista Web Buttons clear and comprehensible interface, you need just 4 simple steps to get your web buttons or html menu ready and if you use a pre-designed sample as a base you'll end up even faster!
Size You can set the size of the menu in pixels.
Vertical Sub Menu Flash Save project. Save your image buttons as html You can save current project in the project file (*.xwb) or into the HTML file (*.html).
Fade In Out Mouse Over Flash Padding and Spacing Specify various values for padding and spacing for the whole menu and for each separate submenu.
Rollover Menu Inside Flash Navigation Using Flash Insert button script into the existing HTML page You can insert your button script into the existing HTML page. To do so, click "Page insert" button on the Toolbar.
Export graphic picture Using Vista Flash Menu you can save menu graphic picture as gif-files (*.gif).
Now let's set the html buttons web-behavior. That is, set their Link properties. To set the button link, select the button by clicking it and then enter the link address in the "Link" field on the Properties toolbox.
Another way to set the button link is to select it and then click the "Select page" button on the Properties toolbox. Open dialog will appear, in which you can select the page you would like to link to. This page's address will then appear in the "Link" field.
Also, you can assign link target attributes for each button. This will define where a linked page will be opened in your Web-browser. For example "_blank" attribute will open the linked page in new browser window. Note that link target attribute act exactly like the Target attribute of the <a> tag in HTML. To set button link target attribute, just select the button and then either choose one of the predefined values from the "Link target attributes" list on the Properties toolbox or enter your own value (window/frame name, where the linked page should be opened). Learn more about link target attributes from the user guide.