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Thank you for this cool component...some questions

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Thank you for this cool component...some questions

Postby BillBisco » Fri Dec 21, 2007 7:34 am

I just wanted to thank the creator of this site and this component. I think that it's great. I do have some questions though.

1. Is there any way to remove the Menu name from the site map?

2. Is there any way to remove one of the Menu items?

3. Please do not take this the wrong way. I like this sitemap more than the others I have tried. Is there a way to remove the "Powered by XMap" logo?

Perhaps you can better understand why I am saying #1 and #2 if I can describe why I desire this.

My website will talk about a variety of subjects. Let's say that it will talk about Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Biology. I envision a Menu on the left side of the screen that looks like....

Main Menu

Now, when someone clicks on Physics I want them to see a mini site map just for Physics. It would look like.

------Theory of Relativity
------Big Bang Theory

Currently though, you're required to show all items in the same menu. Currently, it would look like


---------Theory of Relativity
---------Big Bang Theory
---------Acids and Bases

and so on and so forth.

Adding new menus just looks messy compared to a simple list all in one menu.

With the current sitemap, listing the Menu name just looks tacky for my purposes (I also don't know how to create a Menu without a name). Listing Home and each and every other Menu Topic and subtopics also looks tacky.

Perhaps you can understand what I'm saying? Or maybe I need to explain it a little better? Also, if I put this in the wrong forum I apologize.

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Re:Thank you for this cool component...some questions

Postby guilleva » Sun Jan 20, 2008 5:32 pm

Hi, you should take a look at the preferences of the sitemap by clicking over the blue arrow in the upper-right corner.
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