What to write in the CSS editor from the codes in yolacodes.yolasite.com/

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Hi There!

My site is getting close to 200 pages and I need a new navigation menu.
I've found your http://yolacodes.yolasite.com/ and it's awesome. But I've noticed that the instructions were written before the CSS editor was implemented, so the instructions talk about adding html widgets instead of telling what to writein the CSS editor.

Let's say, I'd like to have my menu look like the one you explain here http://yolacodes.yolasite.com/dddropd...

Do anyone know what codes should I past in the CSS editor?

Thanks!
Jose
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Hi ,

You can find all the menus with their installation instructions here. Feel free to experiment with the code and let us know if you're stuck.
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Hi Fracois,

Thanks for the quick answer. I see that for each style there is CSS code and HTML code.

I've been playing with the code in a test page and I see that the CSS code should be pasted in the CSS overrides and the html should go into an html widget. This means that if I want to change the menu bar, do I have to past this html code in all my pages (my website already has around 200 pages)?
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Hello russainforfree,

Yes.. that is correct. Alternatively, you might be able to put the code into your Site > Site Tracking in the Header area. This will apply the code to each page. Please try this on a test site.

p.s. You will need to have Yola Silver to have access to the Site Tracking area.
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Hi Sanja. The header area did the trick and makes the menu appear on every page, but with quite an ugluy result, since this new menu appear as a stripe above the page. But it did the trick.

Now I guess it's a matter of figuring out how to make it look better.

Cheers
Jose
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Hope you can get it figured out! If you need further assistance, you may want to post your question on this thread.