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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 ...

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 Drupal Modules Documentation

The following are different books about our modules and how to best use them.

Please, feel free to comment them so we can improve their content.

Documents & White Paper

Here you will find direct access to our stack of documents and white papers about our different products and services. If you have any question or comment, please feel free to contact us anytime.

Drupal How To

Made to Order Software offers Drupal websites to its customers. The websites come in with a given set of modules. There is some online help within the Drupal website, however, these help pages are often too technical to be understood by most of our customers. For this reason, we have created this library of help pages about some of the modules we are offering to our customers.

Please! Feel free to post a comment (or email us) if you see anything wrong or would like clarification. We are always looking to do our best to help you.

Thank you!

Drupal 6.9 upgrade

As of now, our servers are running Drupal 6.9.

As stated on the Drupal website, this is a security update. Some issues could have given a hacker access to our database system. Although the risk was low, we decided to upgrade immediately.

The other problems that Drupal 6.9 resolves, were not issues on our servers.

If you have an questions or concerns, please, feel free to contact us.

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Don't forget! With 136 modules available, chances are, we've got what you need!
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Business Solutions

CRM and ERP solutions

At Made to Order Software we think that using Open Source software is an incredible leverage for our customers. Plain and simple: if the software is free, you do not need to pay for it. You only need to pay us for installing the software and training you on how to use it.

We currently offer three solutions: Compiere ERP & CRM, SugarCRM and X-Tuple ERP.

Commercial license for odbcpp

In June 2008, Made to Order Software created a new software library called odbcpp. This library is an Open Source C++ wrapper of the Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) library started by Microsoft in 1988.

ODBC hides the details of back-end database systems. In other words, if you support ODBC, you can effortlessly connect to a very large number of database systems such as MS-SQL, Access, Oracle, MySQL and PostgreSQL.

odbcpp is an extension for C++ programmers. It is easy to use and it is a great solution to avoid many bugs as it will automatically handle all the possible ODBC errors for ...

A new concept: Throwaway Software.

More and more, people are learning new software as they go. A few will stick to one software for a long time simply because it is easier, but changing is easy too, especially if the new system is easy to use.

But how do you produce throwaway software? And is it worth the trouble?

As we see things evolving, more and more, people want to use software anywhere they go. This means software that runs on the Internet in some ways. For instance, you can use Google Map anywhere you go, as long as you have a computer to access the Internet.