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Using CSS Menu Builder, how can I use two different menus on the same page, one horizontal, the other vertical?

Thread began 3/03/2014 1:07 pm by lcollins | Last modified 3/03/2014 1:44 pm by Jason Byrnes | 594 views | 5 replies |

lcollins

Using CSS Menu Builder, how can I use two different menus on the same page, one horizontal, the other vertical?

I first used the menu builder to create a top level menu horizontally. Then I attempted to create a second level menu, vertical. When I attempt to add the second vertical menu to the page, the first horizontal menu becomes vertical as well. I have tried to rename the .css and .js files, adding a 2, but this doesn't work. HELP!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Place your cursor where the vertical menu should go on the page, and add your vertical menu.


then place your cursor where the horizontal menu should go on the page and add the horizontal menu.

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lcollins

Thanks, but that is what I did to begin with.

The horizontal menu first and it is working fine, then I placed my cursor where I wanted the vertical 2nd level menu and created the menu. When I finished, it did insert the vertical menu, but it also altered the horizontal menu, so it became vertical too. Does the menu builder use the SAME files on each page? If you have 2 different menus, how does the menu builder differentiate between the two menus?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

It should use separate files for each menu.

please post a link where i can see the problem.

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lcollins

Thanks

I threw away my files out of frustration, and am starting over. If the problem still exists, I will definitely post them and let you know. AAGGGGHH!!!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Also include details like your OS, DW Version and the extensions that are installed including version numbers.

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