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Different CSS styles for multile drop down menus

Thread began 4/02/2010 4:59 am by andrew.spackman382304 | Last modified 4/09/2010 6:12 pm by andrew.spackman382304 | 1449 views | 3 replies


Many thanks for your reply, however this is the part i am stuck on. When i created the menu it saved two files for it, one was called ajxmenu.css and the other was ajxmenu.js.

When i opened up the .css file to modifiy the menu, i have lots of different classes etc which i am unsure as to what they are for. Also i am able to adjust the different submenu's i.e level-1 level -2 but what i want is two level-2 submenu's but with different properties.

Basically im looking to have one nav bar but i want all the submenu's to appear in the same place on the screen, this is where im stuck with knowing what css i need to copy or modify?

I hope this makes i little more sense.


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