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Submenus not showing

Thread began 1/17/2012 9:10 am by jon_upton | Last modified 1/23/2012 6:50 pm by jon_upton | 957 views | 2 replies |

jon_upton

Submenus not showing

I added the updated CSS Menu Writer to my toolbox and used it to make the menu at the top of this page Main%20Page%20Block%20Version.html there are submenus on item 1 and item 2 but they don't show. I have perused this forum and followed the examples with z-index and upped that to 1000 to no avail.

I also could not get back into the properties after the initial setup so have had to hand change the css.

Any help appreciated. :)

Thanks

Jon

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the problem is caused by a conflicting style in the includes/CSSLayouts/CSSLayouts.css file.

change:

.cssLO > .cssLI:first-child{
overflow: hidden;
}



to:

.cssLO > .cssLI:first-child{
/*overflow: hidden;*/
}




to reenter the Menu Writer wizard, open the dreamweaver preferences panel, in the invisible elements section, make sure Scripts is selected (it is possible to override this setting in the View -> Visual aids menu by unchecking the Invisible elements option, make sure that is checked)

Now in design inspector, there should be a script icon next to the menu, click that to trigger the menu writer access point in the property inspector. There are more details on reentering the wizard in the menu writer getting started guide on the menu writer support page.

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jon_upton

Thanks

Ta very much :)

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