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Personalize menu at top of screen.

Posted: Sat Dec 22, 2007 10:28 pm
by technkl
I've managed to figure out how to personalize the templates and began to figure out how to do the the two different menu's (one at top and one at bottom). This is as far as I got because as soon as I started messing with the menu code to get it to work, I broke it and still cannot figure out what to do. I don't have any background in coding except for really simple stuff (as seen below) but would like to figure out how to make the menu system work with CMSms exactly the way I have it running on my web site currently. The site is : htp:// and if you browse around a bit then you can see how it's working. I'm also posting the code that makes it work as I think that would make it easier to figure out.

I'm just one person with actually no budget but would like help figuring this out or someone who is OK with little to now budget  ;D

I think the difficult part for me was that the navigation and sub-navigation are completely separate although I probably still couldn't figure it out if it wasn't.

I have everything setup at right now but just have the following html (with php removed) in the navigation right now so it's not actually functioning and doesn't change with pages (I have no pages even added in CMSms yet.









Special Deals"; } ?>

Schedule An Appointment"; } ?>

Notebooks /'; } ?>
    Desktops /'; } ?>
    HD Living Room /'; } ?>
    Servers /'; } ?>
    Bundles /'; } ?>
    Accessories'; } ?>

Help Desk /"; } ?>
    Download Drivers /"; } ?>
    F.A.Q. /"; } ?>
    Forum"; } ?>

Thank You!

Re: Personalize menu at top of screen.

Posted: Sun Dec 23, 2007 5:03 am
by Dr.CSS
You don't need all that to get a menu running in CMSMS, your looking for something like this...

then click the Default Extensions link to see it with subpages

Re: Personalize menu at top of screen.

Posted: Sun Dec 23, 2007 9:15 am
by technkl
That's sort of what I need but I couldn't even figure out how to get that.