Menu structure no horizontal

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3 years 8 months ago #9046 by Kees
Kees created the topic: Menu structure no horizontal
Hello,
Sorry in Dutch,
Ik probeer meer keren de menu's in de horizontale balk 'top-menu-nav' te krijgen.
De hoofd menu's komen onder elkaar, en de submenu's onder elkaar, hoe krijg ik dit voor elkaar?

I try more times the menus in the horizontal bar at the top-menu-nav '.

Thuis
Diensten
Zadels
Merken
Contact
Over ons

:laugh: The main menus come under each other, and the submenus under each other, how do I get main menus into horizontal structure?

I will this one: Thuis Diensten Zadels Merken Webshop Contact 'Over ons

Many thanks for reaction
Greetings and have a good 2016

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3 years 8 months ago #9050 by boban88
boban88 replied the topic: Menu structure no horizontal
I have same problem. How we can set menu to horizontal style from vertical.
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3 years 8 months ago #9054 by marcin
marcin replied the topic: Menu structure no horizontal
Hello,

In JM Services template we use DJ-Menu module to display the vertical menu.
Please check the manual for this template to find out more details on how to install and configure the module.

The manual can be downloaded from the download area at Joomla-Monster.com

Regards,
Marcin

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