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 Post subject: assigning stylesheet to navigation
PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2005 12:47 am 
It´s seems like a fundamental question, but I just can´t get it to work.

I want to use the Ellnav, so i put in {cms_module module='EllNav' horizontal=1 toponly=1} in my template and assign 'Layout EllNav H Only 1C' to it.

In fact, it doesn´t matter wich stylesheet I assign, it just won´t show any different.

Please help me - the deadline is already crossed... / Mike


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 Post subject: Re: assigning stylesheet to navigation
PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2005 1:00 am 
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Hi Mike,

The EllNav style is set in the stylesheets Nav-Horizontal (for the horizontal part) and Nav-Vertical (if you also use the vertical sub-navigation). Make sure one or both of these is attached to your template and change the style as you wish.

The Layout stylesheets are only for the layout of the page. I assume from what you write that you use the default stylesheets that come with CMSMS 0.11.x.

What is your url? It's always easier to help if looking at the url and seeing what html code that is output and what css is used.

:D


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 Post subject: Re: assigning stylesheet to navigation
PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2005 1:04 am 
http://flowerflash.se.loopiadns.com/index.php

what should I do then? There is no tutorial for this and I am getting confused..


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 Post subject: Re: assigning stylesheet to navigation  Topic is solved
PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2005 1:18 am 
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Hej Mikael,

Snygg sida! (Nice page)

The Swedes are showing up here one after another, but as we still don't have a Swedish forum I'll take the answer in English. :)

The CSS in the Nav-Horizontal stylesheet has div#menu_horiz to style the elements. That means the menu code is wrapped in a div with the id menu_horiz (
tag.

Sorry if I may sound a bit confusing, it's getting late in Sweden now... ;)

You can find me on MSN (find it in my profile) for a few more minutes if you need more help.

Godnatt!
/Daniel

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