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add menu item to the top menu

9 years 1 month ago - 9 years 1 month ago #1788 by 400396
400396 created the topic: add menu item to the top menu

i add a menue to the top menue in the deafult template there is 5 so i add another 1 , the problem is that i didn't saw the 6th one that i add, when i replace places with the 5th one "rtl lan" i see the menu i added but the "rtl lan" is gone , how i can solve this problem? and see all the menues

thanks .

Last Edit: 9 years 1 month ago by 400396.

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9 years 4 weeks ago - 9 years 4 weeks ago #1792 by marcin
marcin replied the topic: Re: add menu item to the top menu

There is probably no space for the sixth menu item.
This template was designed to have a one row of menu items on "dj-menu-top" position.
I can recommend you to try to shorten the menu items titles.

If you have some basic knowledge of html/css, you can also try to change the property of padding attribute for "span" tag. If you use the DJ-Menu module with mootools effects enabled, just edit djmenu_fx.css file (in other case edit djmenu.css) which is located in the "css" directory of your template. In the line 46th you will find the mentioned css styles:
.dj-main li a.dj-up_a span {
	padding: 0 23px;

Try to change the property for padding e.g.:
.dj-main li a.dj-up_a span {
  	float: left; 
	display: block;
	padding: 0 10px;

There will be more space available for the menu items.

Last Edit: 9 years 4 weeks ago by marcin.

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