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Top navigation component and "rounded" layouts

Thread began 6/24/2009 6:30 pm by WilliFixit | Last modified 6/25/2009 5:15 pm by Neil Beadle | 1473 views | 1 replies |


Top navigation component and "rounded" layouts

On the first tab of the Sculptor (Layout) there is the layout option of "Top navigation" which seems to work fine with all the layouts except the "rounded corner" layouts. According to the Help system it is supposed to put the top nav area right below the header.

I am trying to use the rounded corner layouts but also have the Top navigation -- but the Sculpter places a rectangular area for top nav over the top of the body.

How do I fix this so that I can get the rounded layouts, a top nav area, so that I can then use Menu Writer 2 to create the menus?

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Neil Beadle

Working with Rounded Corners in CSS Sculptor

The rounded corner layouts in CSS Sculptor require the use of images to achieve the rounded corner effect. Unfortunately, this makes working with rounded corner layouts a bit more of a challenge.

For adding a top navigation div, you need to create the images (that contain rounded corners) before entering Sculptor.

Instructions can be found in the Working with Rounded Corner Layouts in CSS Sculptor 2.0 How To. csss2_rounded_corners_ht.pdf

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