Skip to content

SimpleMenu 4.0 released

Well Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

This morning before all the turkey and football I’ve managed to release version 4.0 of SimpleMenu!

This new release includes an upgrade to SuperFish 1.3 (note: 1.3.1+ won’t work since it requies jQuery 1.2 and Drupal 5 only ships with jQuery 1.0), and a complete rewrite of the CSS, fixing a number of issues.

Additionally, you can now choose which theme you want to use to render the menu and/or specify your own. The first new theme is black & blue and is based on Jeremy Caldwell’s design.

Lots of other bugs were fixed too, so check out the release notes for details.

Ok time for some turkey, Happy Thanksgiving all!


Related Posts

Members Public

The Future of Automotive Mobility will be Powered by Open Source Software

Automotive companies are shifting from bending metal to bending bits. Soon they will be offering software and services to complement their manufactured metal. In order to win in the market, they will need to embrace open-source software to build leverage and enhance their offering.

Members Public

How to Host Your Static Website on Amazon S3: Step-by-Step Guide

1. Login to your Amazon AWS account 2. Create a new hosted zone for your domain using Route 53 3. Copy the NS records for this zone to your domain provider (e.g., GoDaddy) 4. Edit your domain on your domain registrar (e.g., GoDaddy) by clicking Set Nameservers 5.

Members Public

Book Review: Drupal 7 Module Development

Well, it’s been a while my Drupal friends, almost 18 months… dusting off this old Drupal 6 blog and time to start posting again. And what better way to get started again than by talking about Drupal 7, by far the best release of Drupal. And with almost 7