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What did you use to create WA Navigations

Thread began 3/04/2009 3:54 pm by elimalahi10581 | Last modified 3/09/2009 8:31 am by Ray Borduin | 2743 views | 3 replies |


What did you use to create WA Navigations

Hi There
first I'd like to say very nice site, I like very much and wanted to know did you use any of your extension to create this beautiful navigation with the drop menu?
I would love to create the same navigation for my site

Thank You

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Justin Nemeth

There was another thread in the CSS Menu Writer forum that Ray responded to. Here is what he said...

Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  Use menu writer to create a horizontal menu with a single link under each menu option.

Then in the resulting page open up the menu file and replace the simple text link in the sub menu with html content.

The menus we created are a lot like menu writer creates, we just replaced the text submenu with html that we generated by hand.

That will get you most of the way there, and of course you cannot edit the menu with menu writer once created.  
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Great Navigations

Sample file want hurt, I own the extension I just need some help with the implementation you are talking about


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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Our live website is a functional sample file if you want to see one immediately. We don't have a tutorial available on this yet.

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