Description: Applet SlideMenu Factory is a powerful applet-producing design tool for creating sliding menu on Web pages. Applet can be customized highly and easily by using Applet Configuration Program. You can define text, image, font, color, URL and more for the applet. You don't need to write any code by yourself. Applet Configuration Program will generate it for you. Also you don't need to specify the properties to each item. Global Properties Change function will let you specify the properties to any items with just several mouse clicks. Each item have their own properties. This gives you the ability to design a fantastic menu. You can preview the applet in your favourite web browser without quit the program. All relative files that you need to upload to server will be saved along with the project file so that you can easy to get them and publish them to Internet. A detailed document that help you to master anything about this applet. But in most case you can finish the design work without read anything from document. A WYSIWYG interface will save you much time and let you have more time to enjoy the life. Applet can read all parameters data from a file. You can put the applet in many pages and let the applet points to the same parameters file. So if you want to do any change for applet, you just need to update the applet parameters file and don't need to modify each page that contained the applet. The size of the applet class file only has 14 KB. It will be downloaded instantly. So don't worry about that the visitors will have to wait a long time to download. With this easy-to-use applet development tool, you can create a professional applet just in minutes!
Applet Menu Factory 1.0 Applet Menu Factory is a powerful Applet-producing design tool for creating menu system on Web pages. Applet Menu Factory is a powerful Applet-producing design tool for creating
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