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Level 2 and 3 not to see.

Thread began 11/21/2009 9:22 am by Cologne | Last modified 11/21/2009 3:08 pm by neilo | 1298 views | 6 replies |

Cologne

Level 2 and 3 not to see.

Hi,

my menu is nice in level 1.

index0.php

but level 2 and 3 are wrong, not clickable and in browser FF3 and chorme not to see :-(

I need to say that I dont work with WIDTH and HEIGHT because I want the same space between the links, so I work with padding.

I need some help,
Denis

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neilo

Hi Denis,

One thing I notice is that you have the header div overflow set to 'hidden'. I think this may need tobe set to 'visible' to allow the second level menu to fly out.

I'm a bit confused about the order and floats of the divs contained in the header, and their css properties.

It would probably be easiest to clear the header of nested divs, and insert a rebuilt menu as an include. You could save the contents of the mainNavigation div (links & hierarchy) to a text file, and paste it back in when you've done. This would save a lot of time (in the long run) if you need to add to the menu site-wide.

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Cologne

Hi Neilo,

I did it with Sculptor, and I thought Sculptor makes it right.

I dont understand what you me, with clearing the header.
Where do I put the Logo div, the button Div?

Where can I set the header to overflow in sculptor?

denis

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neilo

Hi Denis,

Sorry - I assumed you had built it with CSSMenuWriter - as you posted this in the Menu Writer forum.

Forget about clearing the header, - (but I do recommend making the menu an 'include' if you can). No worries if not.

To change the overflow, click inside the header, and on the elements bar - just above the properties panel (inspector) - select < div#header >.

Then, in the CSS Styles panel, change the property 'overflow' from hidden to visible.

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Cologne

sure, the menu is made with menu writer, the rest with sculptor.

I gonna try this, thanks
denis

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neilo

Looking better, but in the head of your index0.php page you still need to change:

#outerWrapper #header {
background-image: url("CSSSculptor/Localhero_Frontend1_images/headerBackgroundImage.png");
background-repeat: no-repeat;
height: 50px;
margin: 0 auto 0 auto;
overflow: hidden;
width: 900px;
}


To:

#outerWrapper #header {
background-image: url("CSSSculptor/Localhero_Frontend1_images/headerBackgroundImage.png");
background-repeat: no-repeat;
height: 50px;
margin: 0 auto 0 auto;
overflow: visible;
width: 900px;
}



(the 'overflow: hidden;' part).
When you click on the links, the buttons seem to squeeze together.

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neilo

Redoing the menu to 'unsqueeze' the buttons, index0.php

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