Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Menu Browser - Module

Makes it easier for editors to place their content exactly where they want it inside their menus.
This module adds a menu browser to the content forms. Users don't choose "parent" and "weight" for the menu item they are adding. Instead they choose a menu, and the menu gets loaded using ajax. The users then places the menu item inside the menu by clicking on the item they want to place the menu below. New menu items may also be placed as children of existing menu items.
To use this module install and enable it the normal way. It doesn't create any tables or variables. It replaces the menu part of the content forms.
This module should work well on touch-screen devices. (Only tested with Android devices so far)


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