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Advanced Navigation Menus

These examples were created in minutes straight from Adventure Works database featuring 91 tables and views. Complex navigation hierarchy is effortlessly displayed in a configurable advanced two-level main menu.

An example of a customized advanced two-level menu in 'Adventure Works' web app with the 'Graham' theme

An example of a customized advanced two-level menu in 'Adventure Works' web app with the 'Social' theme

A traditional multi-level menu is automatically configured in a generated web application by default.

The automatically composed multi-level menu structure of 'Adventure Works' app created with Code On Time web application generator

Another presentation option offers a minimalistic rendering of the most complex navigation systems. The site menu is hidden in the screen shot and can be activated if a user moves a mouse over the application name in the page header.

A web app is configured with "Navigation Button" site menu. The button is not active.

Menu presentation style “Navigation Button” displays available site pages when a user “hovers” over the application name.

A web app is configured with "Navigation Button" site menu. The button is active.

The navigation menu has multiple levels reflecting the relationships between database tables. Developers can change the automatically composed navigation hierarchy in Project Designer.

A single configuration option allows changing the menu presentation style to two-level advanced menu or navigation button menu.

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