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What happened? Horiz menu is vertical? And other assorted probs.

Thread began 10/19/2010 8:01 pm by mike339550 | Last modified 10/20/2010 10:44 am by Jason Byrnes | 662 views | 2 replies |

mike339550

What happened? Horiz menu is vertical? And other assorted probs.

I had a couple probs first time trying Menu Writer 2:

1: I designated the menu to be horizontal... yet it is vertical.
2: I uploaded the png graphic files, yet only the text shows up
3: I did not see how I could adjust the width of each menu column. Is this even possible and if so, how can I go back in & resize my saved menu columns?

Thanks!

Edit: Forgot to provide the link. Doh! swimteam3.html

Edit 2: As you can see, when I preview it from DW in IE8 locally, the prob of it being horizontal does not exist, and the graphic files also do show up.

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mike339550

OK, found solution to most probs....

All I had to do was scroll down a bit & see somebody else posting with the same prob I had. My only issue renaining now is... how can I set the width of each menu box?

Thanks!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the wizard will not allow you to set an individual width for each menu item, you will need to add that after the menu is created by adding an inline width style to the anchor tag. for example:

<a href="http://www.bakersfieldswimclub.org/TabGeneric.jsp?_tabid_=380&team=bsc" class="link" style=width:80px;">About BSC</a>
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