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Menu width setting

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Hello,

How to control the menu width for different levels? As you can see, in the attached the width of the 3rd level menu is not good, as well the 1st level.

Thanks,

Gustavo

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Alex Smirnov

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi Gustavo,

Could you please provide me here, in this thread, with your web-site front end URL?

Regards,

Alex

Eliana Delgado Fadel

More than a month ago #Permalink
can I send you the info via inbox? The site is looked for public view, since it is still under construction...

Alex Smirnov

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi Gustavo,

You seem to have applied your main menu styles inline and in absolute positioning, neither of which is good idea.

I suggest you create a custom.css file per our doc at http://www.joomshaper.com/documentation/helix/adding-custom-css-and-javascript-files, then create a new main menu module, assign it it's own unique module class suffix as per wiki at https://docs.joomla.org/Module_Class_Suffix and then gradually, with thorough testing adjust your main menu menu items CSS styles from under custom.css.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Alex

Eliana Delgado Fadel

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hello,

Can you give me an example on how to do it? I have no idea where to start.

Thanks,

Gustavo


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