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Using MW as a foundation for a mega menu design

Thread began 11/27/2012 1:49 am by MikeyT | Last modified 11/27/2012 1:49 am by MikeyT | 490 views | 0 replies

MikeyT

Using MW as a foundation for a mega menu design

Hi all,

I've been working on another experiment utilizing Menu Writer as a foundation for different menu designs. This time my focus was on making a mega menu. Its a pretty simple design - only three columns on the mega part and nothing fancy at all about it. A preview of it can be viewed at mega-menu.php

Its best viewed in modern browsers. I didn't create any conditional style sheets to target bugginess in IE7 or 8, although it seems to function fine in those browsers.

Source files are attached in case anyone wants to use them for whatever. Please note that if you re-enter the MW wizard and make changes it will destroy the custom code created to structure the mega menu as well as any special styles I created after the fact.

Thanks,
Mike

Attached Files
Mega-Menu.zip

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