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trouble modifying powerstore 2 nav bar

Thread began 8/05/2009 1:11 pm by ruffteam | Last modified 8/19/2009 7:21 pm by Eric Mittman | 953 views | 3 replies |


trouble modifying powerstore 2 nav bar

I'm having some trouble modifying the powerstore2 nav bar.

If you look at store/ it's not right.
> where does one change the #FFF color of the text so it can be seen?
> where is the assumed root located <?php echo($assumedRoot); ?>
the menu buttons don't go to the /store/ subdirectory correctly
in WA_Globals.php it should be correct at ''
... but apparently it isn't.

If you go to Products_Search.php
for example, you see there is some problem with a double background
behind the nav menu on all the other pages.
can I get a clue on what's up with this?

What I'd like best if possible is to go back to the menu look and style I got in PowerStore1 that looks like this: store1/

I can't get the PowerStore 2 menu bar to load in my CSSMenuWriter 2 ext.
It won't recognize it fully for some reason, so do I have to make a new menu?

thanks for any advice

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Eric Mittman

In your css the color of the text is set in this style:

menu.css line 52
ul#cssmw_home > li > span > a

It is the color property that is responsible for the color.

The background images for the navigation menu are creating this effect on the page you linked to. If you remove the solid black background from this style:

common.css line 140
#outerWrapper #navWrapper {

The other part is controlled by the background image on the nav itself:

common.css line 149
#outerWrapper #navWrapper #topNavigation {

The menu for the PowerStore can be edited with CSS Menu Writer so long as it has not been altered manually. You can get this back to normal with the original main template, this is the file that contains the menu. You can replace the menu folder and the main template if you need to get back to the original.

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re: close

thank you.

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Eric Mittman

Your welcome.

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