It has a very simple-to-use and attractive graphical interface. It has a short menu with a toolbar on the top and the work area for creating menus under the toolbar. The work area is divided into three columns. The left column displays the hierarchical structure or tree view of menus. The center column shows the preview while the right column displays all the available settings.
After playing around with sample menus, you can create your own menus. You also get the facility of creating submenus. As you create menus, there are some settings which you would like to apply to every menu and submenu. These are called Global Settings in Sothink menu builder. Various global settings are: general, background, border, line, button, cursor, Web path, and advanced. You can specify the background color of your menu items. If you want to give a 3-D look to your menu items, you need to apply border settings. You can also specify the type of button that you want to use for your menu items in global settings. You can also have icons on the left side of menu items. If you want to change settings for one particular menu or submenu item, you need to change Node Settings. Various node settings are: general, font, icon, background, and condition. For example, in background settings, you can specify the font and the images that will appear when you drag the mouse out from the menu and when you bring the mouse over the menu. You can change settings for a submenu item within a menu item by applying Sub-tree settings. If you want to create menus without getting into the nitty-gritty of coding, you can trust Sothink.