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Replace Top1 With Horizontal Menu

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I've unpublished the 'Have any questions click here' module at Top1 and replaced this with a menu. Works fine but unfortunately appears vertically not horizontally.

Is there any built in template css to display this horizontally with minimal styling?

I've tried adding 'nav' to menu class suffix and module class suffix with no luck



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9 Answers

Sifat - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Please remove the content property from .sp-module ul >li >a:before to remove the arrow sign in left. You will find it in template.css, even you can override it in custom css

.sp-module ul >li >a:before {
font-family: FontAwesome;
content: "\f105";
margin-right: 8px;



More than a month ago #Permalink
Nearly there... in menu class suffix need to use:

nav nav-pills

Which gives a horizontal menu, unfortunately this is styled as pills. Any top tips to strip out all the formatting including the > symbols?

I'm tinkering in custom css for the template but can't seem to get rid of everything...

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Sifat - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Please share your site url here.



More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi there!
I'm really desasperated because of the same problem as "c".
My problem is when I create a multi-language page.
The Main Menu of the template is always "wonderful". Then I create the menus for the different languages; Spanish, English...and I create the "modules" for each menu. Even if I copy exactly the seetings of the menu module of the Main Menu, it NEVER takes the same design.
First, my new menus are vertically oriented. When I use nav-pills, Even if I gte a horizontal menu, it's very ugly and does not fit at all with the template.
During years, what I have done, it's create a custom module, putting ALL links manually...big disaster!
I would like to find a definitiv solution for this problem, without beng obliged to change the CSS...
Thanks in advance for your help!,


More than a month ago #Permalink
I have un published the menu, I attached an image to show the menu, with the css nav-pills.
It's in black color, so I need to select it, to be able to see it!!!
Than you for your quick reply. It'very very urgent

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Andreas Kunze

More than a month ago #Permalink

this is a very interesting support request because I would like to use a horizontally menu as meta navigation above the main menu too.

It would be great if there will be post a solution for that.

Thanks in advance

Best regards



More than a month ago #Permalink
Easier to use the 'Art Responsive Menu' module for this in the end.



More than a month ago #Permalink
Well.....thanks Sifat, but I wanted a solution without changing the CSS.
Thank you also to you "c" for the idea for the Art Respons. Menu, although this is a little bit too basic.

But ...EUREKA! I found a solution for the languages. When you create the menu in different languages, do not give any "position" to the module of the "home" of each language. Instead, you go to each template (you have created a template for each language) and there, you choose the Menu of the language and other settings. And, voilà, you have a beautiful menu, as the main menu for all languages.
I hope this solution helps anybody. I'M SURE!

hip, hip...

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