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TOPIC: Submenu in a submenu

Submenu in a submenu 06 May 2013 17:57 #2059

Hi!
I'm working with JF Vihrea since some weeks and now I have a new problem... Is it possible add a submenu in a submenu?
In template demo, for example, whem we click over Portfolio appears a new submenu: All-Plants-Gardening-Interiors-Architecture-Details-Various. Could be possible than if we click over Architecture, for example, appears a new submenu (Gothic, Romanic...).
Thanks!

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Re: Submenu in a submenu 21 Feb 2016 12:20 #8147

Hello,
first of all congratulations for this outstanding template.

The question of the previous article was my question too:
Is it possible to present a "3.rd level" Menu?

Greets

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Re: Submenu in a submenu 24 Mar 2020 07:28 #12198

formaclick wrote:
Hi!
I'm working with JF Vihrea since some weeks and now I have a new problem... Is it possible add a submenu in a submenu?
In template demo, for example, whem we click over Portfolio appears a new submenu: All-Plants-Gardening-Interiors-Architecture-Details-Various. Could be possible than if we click over Architecture, for example, appears a new submenu (Gothic, Romanic...).
Thanks!


Hi buddy, what I saw as of now there is no such way. Kindly correct me if am wrong.

Regards,
T. Smith TellGameStop MyCSULB
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