I don't want to use absolute links, I prefer relative ones. It's possible with your css menu bar?

Q: I'm editing my site with one of your CSS3Menu, and I ask a clarification on the use of links.
Currently in the old menu i don't insert the full address of the site (http://www...), but only the second part. For example: index.html.
This allows me to use a localhost in the test before publishing the site.
I can't do the same with your software. It's possible to do it with your menu and how can I do it?

A: You can use both absolute or relative links with CSS3Menu.
For example:
*absolute path:


*relative path:


Select menu item by clicking and specify hyperlink in "Link" field.


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