A major advantage of Scriptcase in relation to other development tools is the ability to make its elements are highly customizable, a great example of this is the option for editing CSS menus. Using it you can edit the CSS menus thereby making the visual part of the application becomes more harmonious. Below we explain how to work with this option.

To access the CSS editing go to the “Tools” menu and choose “CSS Menus” which can be found as a sub-menu “Layout”.


On the screen that opens you can choose from ready-made styles or you can create a new releasing him for permission levels.



When editing or creating a new CSS for the menus you can count on some options, for example, font, background, style enabled and disabled. Moreover, you can create different styles for the submenus, so you have much more freedom to edit your menus as you need.


Learn in practice, download now the free version of Scriptcase and enjoy this and other benefits that our web development tool available.

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