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Thread began 3/20/2012 7:46 pm by rdunlap7415808 | Last modified 3/21/2012 8:13 pm by rdunlap7415808 | 1351 views | 4 replies |


Menu Background

I have used sculptor for a while on several templates...

I am actually trying to use the Menu Writer for a Horizontal menu, a first for me...

I get the menu in my navbar....but cant figure out for the life of me to get a background in the navhdr to match the button appearance...

ie attached is a simple with the navbar bg color showing to the right...

Any help is appreciated.


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

in the css set the background color for the nav bar to black,

if you send a link where i can see your site, i can tell you exactly what to change.

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Link to sample page


Thanks for the reply.

Here is a link to a sample page...


I put it to black, I guess what I meant to say is, I would like the nav bar area without buttons to appear like the buttons (the image)..midnight theme button.

Thanks for your help

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Try updating line 74 of: /CSSSculptor/3ColumnFixedHeaderandFooter_rdnet3col_css/screen.css

Add the same background image:

background-image: url("/CSSMenuWriter/cssmw_images/menu_bg.jpg");
background-repeat: repeat;

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Did this help? Tips are appreciated...




Thanks very much. Thought I tried it...amazing how you make silly mistakes when youre tired then end up trying sillier things to fix.

Worked perfect.

Thanks very much

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