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Navigation Menu Widths 2

Thread began 10/31/2011 2:55 pm by donald.dickson338135 | Last modified 10/31/2011 2:59 pm by Jason Byrnes | 509 views | 1 replies |

donald.dickson338135

Navigation Menu Widths 2

This is similar to the prior message except that I wish to extend the overall length of the menu bar to permit another button to be added. Using a Sculptor template my problem is that when I add a new 'top level' button, to increase the buttons from six to seven, using the Menu Writer 2 extension, button seven starts on a new line.
I am guessing this is down to the sculptor template restricting the overall horizontal navigation menu bar width/size to match the page content.
Is the solution to reduce the width of all the 'top level' navigation buttons to permit a new button to be added, or is there another work-a-round?
Apologies if this query should have been posted in CSS Menu Writer but it seems to follow logically the original post on navigation menu widths.
Don

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

there should be a css class for the navigation div that you can edit the width for.

send a link where i can see the problem, and i can tell you where the css is.

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