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Simple Vertical Menu - removing right arrows when there are no sub-menus present

Thread began 3/22/2010 4:47 pm by sandy170299 | Last modified 3/22/2010 6:34 pm by sandy170299 | 650 views | 4 replies |

sandy170299

Simple Vertical Menu - removing right arrows when there are no sub-menus present

I am using the Simple Vertical menu in Granite Pine and am trying to figure out a way to remove the right arrows when there are no sub-menus.

Like this example: pipes.htm

The right arrows only show when there is content to be displayed. How can I achieve this with CSS Menu Writer?

Thanks!

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Jimmy Wu

Unfortunately, the design just has arrows as part of the image. There isn't a way to display a different image if there are submenus from the one that doesn't have submenus, unless you modify the code after the menu is generated to reference a different image.

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sandy170299

Do you think you'll ever be adding this feature - like the Project Seven menus, where the current menu is "marked" if there are sub-menus to that menu?

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Jimmy Wu

It may be added in the future. The best way to suggest something like this is to post in the Wishlist forum asking for it.

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sandy170299

I will - I want this feature :)

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