WebMenu form ASP.NET script

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  • Language: ASP.NET
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WebMenu is the core runtime system that builds up WebMenuBar and WebContextMenu control. WebMenu is the core runtime system that builds up WebMenuBar and WebContextMenu control. Featured with ClickAndBuild™ Visual Editor, you can easily build any complex menu with rich WYSIWYG experience. The hybrid menu system enables tight integration with various WebDesktop.NET’s members that requires menu functions. WebMenu does not only simulate the latest visual styles which are configurable through property settings, but it also imitates every single details of a Desktop’s Menu, from every keystroke, mouse events to advanced behaviours. Few of the features from WebMenu are listed below.
- TrueMenu behavior - Exposes the highest details of every Menu behavior which has the closest behavior to Desktop-based Menu. The behaviors including Menu is not limited by browser size (special feature for IE), unlimited sub menu with intelligent positioning, automatic scrolling when height dimension is not sufficient for contained items, sticky behavior, supports mnemonic keys and more.
- MenuWindowType - In previous version, components that used WebMenu Engine will have its window displayed in a special “popup” type when running in Internet Explorer browser. The main advantage of the “popup” window type is its ability to display its content out of the browser’s window boundary. However, Internet Explorer 7.0 has removed this function from “popup” object and introduced limited positioning by design. To overcome this limitation and to introduce other possible new features, the MenuWindowType is now added WebMenu 2.0 Component.
- Desktop Manager Integration -WebMenu and WebContextMenu system can be used in both stand alone and integration mode. In stand alone mode, you can specify each style for each menu appearance. Thanks to the hybrid menu system! It enables tight integration with desktop manager which allows developers to specify the menu styles at desktop manager level.
- Highly customizable styles and appearances - WebMenu is designed with rich and highly customizable styles in mind. It can simulate almost any kind of menu appearances, from Windows system menu to the latest Outlook 2003 style in all its high detail.
- Fading Animation - In previous version, animation effect is not possible because WebMenu used Internet Explorer's special popup object. In this new version, you can now add smooth fading animation effect to all components that based on WebMenu.For instance, WebContextMenu, WebToolBar, WebMenuBar and other Intersoft's components that integrates WebMenu Runtime System.
- DropShadow Effect - In addition to new animation capability in version 2.0, WebMenu also adds the ability to show dropshadow effect when displayed. All sub menu will be automatically applied as well. Extensive keyboard support - WebMenu and its entire runtime system act as the backend for all Menus needs (such as ContextMenu as well as any menu integrated in DesktopManager, ToolBar, NavBar and others) and support keyboard navigation extensively.
- Client side constructable - With this powerful feature, you can construct the WebContextMenu object programmatically at client side and add as many items as you want by using the extensive WebMenu API.
- Strong Client side OOP - For easy setup and comprehensive Item management API, WebMenu provides extensive object model for representing Menu and MenuItem as well as rich API for manipulating the objects in client side. This makes it possible for developers to create rich interaction in the web applications, such as, disabling or enabling menu item, and more.
- ClickAndBuild™ Visual Menu Editor - WebMenu comes with advanced menu builder allowing developers to easily build complex menus. The menu editor is tightly integrated into Visual Studio 2005 IDE featuring innovative functions such as replace tree view interface with WinForm-like MenuEditor which exposes greater WYSIWYG design-time experience, Click and Type metaphor, complete keyboard and mouse navigations and behaviors.
- IconView™ Mode - WebMenu supports an innovative feature called IconView mode. This mode enables the Menu to be displayed in compact form where MenuItem with Image are arranged horizontally and automatically flows to the next line as it reaches more items. This mode is especially useful when there are lots of menu items that use images as users can easily find the command they're looking for.
- Hybrid Menu System - The menu system incorporates hybrid architecture enabling server side WebContextMenu control and built-in menu system used in other WebDesktop members to use the same menu runtime system, which built upon WebUI.NET Framework and taking advantange of advanced Object concept such as encapsulation and inherittance allowing all Menu system to be running in one hybrid menu runtime system.
- Automatic Layout Management - Enabling the Menu to be drawn in consistent fashion and in proper layout which conforms to Desktop User Interface standard with at minimal styles configuration as possible. For instance, designer is not require to specify width or height of a style or other dimension-related appearance since the Menu system implemented Automatic Layout Management which is capable to show the Menu in required Width and Height following the maximum extent of boundaries available in the Items. With this feature, designer can concentrate on major appearances such as the background color, fore color, font or other appearance properties of styles.
- 'Office XP-like' menu appearances - You can easily configure the "BackgroundStrip" visibility in the menu style object. BackgroundStrip menu appearance is firstly introduced in Office XP application and later enhanced in Outlook 2003 where gradient colors can be applied to make the icons looks nicer. In WebMenu, you can also configure its gradient and colors in the property configuration and hence allow you to create any kind of menu themes with futuristic look, whether you wanted a blue gradient theme similar to Office 2003, or a gray gradient theme similar to Visual Studio 2005 -- all without requiring any image.
- Superior Mozilla Support - The menu system will run perfectly in Mozilla-based browsers with equal dimensioning, layout and behaviors as appear in Internet Explorer. There will even no difference in any "pixel" by using the same style definition, no matter whether you specified padding, margin, or any border size.
WebMenu form is a ASP.NET script for Forms and Controls scripts design by QuarX. It runs on following operating system: Windows.

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