Menu creation site

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I just came across this very good site for vreating horizontal and vertical menus as well as other available tools and videos. Hope this can help those of you who are looking for another alternative for building navigational menus.

http://tinyurl.com/yknt559
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Randy

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  • looking forward to trying out the tools on this site.

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Randy

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I went to the site I posted above and created a menu. Has anyone tried to implement the code into Yola? I haven't had any luck. I posted the CSS in a HTML Widget, and the HTML code in a second HTML widget. When I preview the page, I don't see a menu just the code. What am I doing wrong?
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Randy, you would need to click the "download files" link located on the page after you pick the menu bar you want. I'm not sure of you need pro to do this or not as I personally haven't tried it yet. But you DO need to upload those menu pics to file manager to get it to work properly.
Hope you understand and get it to work.
If you do please let us know here
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Hi Nick,

Here is the page I get with the code. When I copy/paste the code into separate HTML widgets, it doesn't work. Have you or anyone else had a chance to see how this all works?

I don't see the download files link you mentioned in your previous post.
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Hello Randy

Most likely, you need a style tag to wrap your CSS code with. So, it would look like this:

<style type="text/css">

your code goes in here

</style>

Give that a try and see if that works. If not, please post the page URL and we can take a closer look. Thanks.
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You are absolutely right. That's what I needed. You might want to try it out. It's a very easy way to create horizontal and vertical menus.

http://tinyurl.com/yknt559