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Customising The Top Menu

Thread began 1/30/2013 9:59 pm by peterm.bruce341471 | Last modified 1/31/2013 12:19 pm by peterm.bruce341471 | 456 views | 4 replies

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Customising The Top Menu

Jason,

In the menu of the default theme there's a small inner div with rounded corners 'ps_main' which is not as high as the wrapper. Basically I just want to have a bar menu with the whole square brick highlighted full height without corners. I've found the corners under the 'ps_main' tag in the default css but can't work out how to make the div the same height as the bar. Also I'd like to change the height of the bar but can't find this either. Can you point me in the right direction, please?

Also, is it possible to design a completely new menu if I want to?

Thanks,

Peter

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