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Multilanguage and positions
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Multilanguage and positions 04 Dec 2013 11:30 #3491

I would like to add a multilanguage bar just under the main menu that wolud be semi-transparent as the banner under the menu and that scroll down like the menu like in the image that I attached.
To do this I need:
1) to enlarge the black semi-transparent banner under the menu to include multilanguage bar;
2) to create a new position just under the "main menu" position (or use the same position?).

How can I do?

Thank you very much for the answers!
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Re: Multilanguage and positions 05 Dec 2013 11:55 #3497

1. you can edit height in: /templates/jf_calla-exteriors/css/template.css line: 153
2. you can create new position but to style your language bar is new position not required

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Re: Multilanguage and positions 05 Dec 2013 14:56 #3500

1) wonderful I did it!!! Thanks a lot...
2) how can I do it without creating a new position? If I put the language module in main menu position doesn't it go over the Main Menu bar?

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