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CuteMenu To Do List

There are probably many things that could be done on this module. This is a short list for now:

Cute Menu Basic usage

Global Settings

CuteMenu has no global settings under the Administer » Site configuration. Instead, the settings are localized in the block and the menu items.

Example of Cute Menu usage

Example of usage

The Turn Watcher website, a commercial product by Made to Order Software, now uses the CuteMenu module in two places:

  1. The main top-bar menu: Turn Watcher
  2. The User Guide navigation menu: Turn Watcher User Guide
  3. The main top-bar menu: Linux Geek Page
  4. The main top-bar menu: Sacramento Copiers
  5. The main top-bar menu MORE...: Order Made!®

In Turn Watcher, I removed the default background from the top CuteMenu items. The top bar menu is pretty standard and shows as a nice drop-down, the User Guide has two cool features: it is right aligned ...

CuteMenu Installation & Uninstallation

Installation

CuteMenu can be installed like any other Drupal modules. Extract the tar ball in sites/all/modules. The module makes use of two tables in your database. If you do not want to use it anymore, make sure to Uninstall it before deleting the files or you will still have the tables hanging.

Go to Administer » Building site » Modules to select the module so you can use it.

Adding a header & footer in a Cute Menu dropdown

Image & text at the top and bottom

The Cute Menu Module is all about making your menu look cute... This is achieved, in part, by the nice top bar, and a gradient in your dropdown. But what makes it even better are the images that you can make appear inside your menus.

There are two areas for that purpose: the Header and the Footer. Both are handled the same way, it is just a flag in your menu item that changes between one and the other.

The Cute Menu (The Module —)

Introduction

The Cute Menu Drupal Module is used to create advanced dropdown menus. The module is free and can be found on the Drupal website.

The list of items can be grouped under a title. The title is a menu entry which cannot be clicked on.

The dropdown panes can include a header and a footer with images and text.

Made to Order Software releasing Order Made!® v1.11

In October 2007, Made to Order Software released the first version of Order Made!®, an ordering system that adapts to any restaurant menu for their customers to order their food online.

"Back in 1999, I came up with the concept for Order Made!® I actually wrote a first version but stopped there thinking that it was too soon and no one would want it. Papa John's Pizza actually started their own system two years later, in 2001," says Alexis Wilke, the CEO of Made to Order Software. "And in May 2008, they announced that they had reached $1 billion in online sales. Then ...

About Us

Here you will find a few of the software solutions that have been made possible by Made to Order Software Corporation. Feel free to contact us for more information.

Snap! Websites

Made to Order Software created Snap! Websites, a CMS system, which allows customers to create their own websites, hosted on our servers.

The new version of Snap! is actually Open Source. You can find more information about Snap! Websites Open Source on the Snap! Website a C+ CMS website.

A few customers using our old Snap! offer include:

Order ...

One document with all translations

Have you ever thought that it would be great to write one document including all the translations in a single file? Outside of the fact that this makes the document relatively large, it makes the translation really fast, the translator can see the sentence in all the other languages and translate from that.

I actually wrote an HTML test file with two styles. One is named English and the other is named Français. And since a style entry can depend on the currently selected language, you can write style entries that get hidden when on or the other language is selected.

So, if you ...

Order Made! v1.9 published

After adding the Menu Only option in version 1.8, we now fixed a couple of small bugs and published version 1.9 of Order Made!

At times, the toppings selection would wrap your entries in a rather ugly way. We added the necessary HTML code to avoid this problem. In some cases, your toppings sub-window will look a lot better.