Unread 02-16-2009, 07:20 PM
ludo33 ludo33 is offline
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Default Nearly got it..need help!

Hello,

I've got the expanadable menu (PHP) installed on a test machine and something aint quite right:

Template.php

Added <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/udm-resources/menu.css" media="screen, projection" /> =======just copied the line above


<ul id="udm" class="udm">

<li class="onclick"><a class="nohref"> North Scotland</a>
<ul>
<li class="onclick"><ahref="http://aberdeen.dnsalias.org">Aberdeen</a></li>
<li class="onclick"><a href="http://dundee.dnsalias.org">Dundee</a></li>
</ul>
</li>

My css style sheet:

/* expanding menu styling */
#udm ul {
margin-left:0 !important;
margin-top:1px !important;
}

/* no rollover on nohref links */
#udm a.nohref {
background-color:transparent !important;
border-color:#f8fbd0 !important;
color:#060 !important;
}

/* no rollover on nohref links */
#udm a.nohref {
background-color:transparent !important;
border-color:#f8fbd0 !important;
color:#060 !important;
}

/* give all anchors a hand cursor */
#udm a {
cursorointer !important;
cursor:hand !important;
}

I think the nohref style is in the wrong place or my menu.css aint right, can anyone help me?
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Unread 02-19-2009, 05:31 PM
ludo33 ludo33 is offline
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Default OK Got it

OK got it working properly, well nearly!
When the menu displays it has a 20px(approx) margin on the left hand side.

//styles which apply to the navbar
$um['navbar'] = array(
'-20', // nav to menu x-offset (+-)["n" pixels]
'0', // nav to menu y-offset (+-)["n" pixels]
'160px', // width ["em"|"ex"|"px"] (vertical navbar only - horizontal navbar items have "auto" width) ("%" doesn"t work right)
);

tried "-20" and "-20px" to no effect, Anybody any ideas how to get rid of the margin?
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