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CSSMW2 - link issues

Thread began 5/01/2009 5:13 pm by caswebsolutions | Last modified 5/05/2009 4:22 pm by caswebsolutions | 1538 views | 5 replies |

caswebsolutions

CSSMW2 - link issues

Hi,

i just recently updated to css menuwriter 2 and must say it does seem better than 1!

having a couple of issues though,

firstly if you visit admin-login.asp the menu that appears, most of the links don't work! dunno whats going on there.....

secondly, if you visit just any general www.pitairliegarage.co.uk page, the menu there doesn't seem to have the menu headings 'centred' any idea how to do that, also how can i 'span' the menu across the full width of the navmenu area???

regards

chris.

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james276087

If you created this with CSS MENU WRITER, then try this.
Open the Edit Menu Theme, Click TYPE then under Type has Align( set it center)
If this doesn't help you i'm sorry,

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caswebsolutions

yeah i'd tried that along with trying the 'span' settings to see if that'd span the full width of the area the nav menu is in but didn't help!

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caswebsolutions

well the link issue i was having seems to be google chrome not liking something!! likes the css menu ok on the main pages, but the one i've created on my admin pages it don't like!

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Danilo Celic

I visited the admin page and when I tried to click on Add Stock or Add Model on the sub-menu for Add Items, I noticed that they "disappeared". I then used the Web Developers Toolbar in Firefox to edit the CSS to see what was going on, and I see that you have this selector defined:
/* Sets the style for a link that is being activated/clicked. */
a:active {
color: #262499;
float: left;
}
in this file:
pitairliescreen.css

When I removed the float: left; from that selector, then the links seemed to work fine.

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caswebsolutions

thanks yeah, i was looking at it again today and have sorted that now :D

cheers

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