Unread 06-06-2008, 01:51 PM
maiagood
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Default Different background for sub submenu

I don't see a way to put a different background color in a second level submenu. Am I missing something?

Also, if there's no javascript enabled, what is the behavior for UDM? I tried it (with php server configuration) and it seems like it just shows the top level list. I thought that it should show the full list as a list, with indents, etc.

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Unread 06-07-2008, 12:58 AM
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I don't see a way to put a different background color in a second level submenu. Am I missing something?
The navbar (main menu) styles are described in the documentation here. The submenus styles documentation (menus below the navbar) is located here. They are well documented within the examples, so you should be able to figure out what you want to change. If you still have problems after trying, feel free to ask us for help.

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Also, if there's no javascript enabled, what is the behavior for UDM? I tried it (with php server configuration) and it seems like it just shows the top level list. I thought that it should show the full list as a list, with indents, etc.
You are correct that only the top level list shows up when javascript is disabled. I would suggest that you have a site map located at the top level. That way, everyone will be able to access the whole site, whether or not javascript is enabled.
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What happens if Javascript is enabled and I don't use a sitemap?
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