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Two-Column Display on Level Flyout Needed

Thread began 6/27/2009 11:36 pm by paputxi | Last modified 6/29/2009 12:59 pm by paputxi | 1007 views | 2 replies

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Two-Column Display on Level Flyout Needed

I created a nice vertical flyout menu using CSS Menu Writer. However, I have a situation where some of the items for a sub-level menu extend beyond the length of the current page (due to limited amount of text in the main body of the page), which results in some of these items not being listed when viewed in a browser since they are off the page.

I can add blank lines as padding at the end of the text, but this results in an odd looking page presentation, which is not the desired approach. The correct resolution I need is to create a two-column display of these menu items at this level.

Is there a way of creating a two-column level flyout using CSS Menu Writer? That would definitely solve the problem I am having here. Thanks in advance.

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