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Level 2 menu positions

Thread began 5/18/2010 6:24 pm by sean406280 | Last modified 5/19/2010 1:11 pm by Jimmy Wu | 624 views | 1 replies |


Level 2 menu positions

I have three top level menus with level 2 submenus. I also half auto width set since the menu titles are of different lengths. The issue is with level 2 "left". There is only this one setting for all of them and this doesn't work.

Is there a way to set the level two left command for each individual menu so they appear appropriatly without setting the level 1 width to the longest setting to fit my longest title across the board?

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Jimmy Wu

Within the wizard, there is no way to set the left differently for each different level 2 submenu, you would have to apply different css classes to the menu items and make the change after the menu is generated.

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