Another 'nav bar/ menu' question...

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Hey guys and gals.
Im probably being really dumb here, buuuuuut, is it possible to have the nav menus on the yolacode site to either work with or replace my current nav bar?

I have lots of pages but you can only really view them by clicking through, i want to change this so on mouse over, you can see from the homepage what the site has to offer which will make for faster navigation for users.

I would like to use the 'smooth nav menu' so any step by step tips on this would be great.

Thanks

www.ripaonline.co.uk
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Yes you can -

First you need to click 'edit menu' and drag all the pages 'out of the menu'

Then you just apply the code. Please read the rules of the Yolacodes site then log in and take the code. I would suggest having Notepad open ready to copy it into.

Lee.
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ah gee, that was obvious, should've realised!! : )

However, i have now done that, put the code in via notepad, but i got a
'ooops, there's an error with your javascript' message when i added the code, and now i have no nav at all.

Probably an error on my part....

Any advice welcome as i really dont seem to be getting the hang of this nav lark
My test page is :

www.ripaonline.co.uk/test

www.ripaonline.co.uk
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Ok,

whats happening is notepad (for once) is messing up the code.

Just copy a section of it then switch to your account and paste it straight in.

repeat till finished.

Lee.
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Thanks for helping out on this Lee. =)
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ok great stuff Lee,
I got it working just fine buuuuuut....
I need it on every page of my site is there a quick way to do this?
Ive tried putting it all in one HTML box but it doesnt work as it should when i do that. So am I facing a long night in put 6 html boxes on all my pages?

www.ripaonline.co.uk/test
(the first nav works, second one dont)

thanks again.

www.ripaonline.co.uk
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One option that you could do is do "save page as". This will replicate your page entirely, including the newly implemented codes. Then, you can add or delete widgets as needed. Otherwise, yes, you will need to copy and paste each HTML box. Sorry I don't have better news.
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why are you using 6 html box's? - i dont understand.
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Pity, its an already established site so i think either way it'll be a long night. Time to get a coupla beers and a kebab and enjoy my night in with the beautiful Yola :).

Thanks again on this issue

www.ripaonline.co.uk
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today i have just finished changing the CSS and style on over 300 pages - think yourself lucky :)

Feel free to check out my site - see what you think http://www.hexham.info
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Because the code came in 6 parts.
Tried putting it all in one but did not work.

www.ripaonline.co.uk