After you compile the menu you will need to 'Link' it to your web pages. You can do this by selecting Tools->Link Menu. The process of "linking" basically allows you to select the HTML documents that will carry the menu, and places the AllWebMenus Linking section at the beginning of those files. This linking section gives instructions to the web browser on the necessary files that will create your menu and points to the right directories for the images that you may have included in your menu.
Always make sure that the AllWebMenus menu-linking section is not inserted within table tags (<table><tr><td>) or <font> tags, as you may have problems with Netscape browsers. The most safe position for the menu-linking code is at the beginning of the page, right after the <body> tag.
Note: AllWebMenus collaborates with all the common Web Authoring tools. In order to find out how your favorite Web Authoring tool integrates with AllWebMenus please visit our special on-line section at http://www.likno.com/web_authoring_tools.html
Frontpage Shared Borders users should check the "Support Shared Borders" checkbox (found in Tools -> Project Properties -> Compile Properties->FrontPage Support) and always link to the bottom shared border, irrespective of where the menu will appear on the page.