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TOPIC: changing mainmenu

changing mainmenu 28 Sep 2012 11:30 #1133

Hi, I downloaded relaxio and I think it's great!

I wanto to costumize main menu, I have a menu like this:
Hotel
-- rooms
-- photo
restaurant
--menu
--photo

ecc ecc...

If I use the main mneu in the quickstart.zip I have all the submenu shown on the bottom of the main menu. See senzatitolo1.png
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I want if is possible to have all the submenu items on the top of the main menu.
see senzatitolo2.png
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Is it possible? You can explain me what I have to do or you can post some code to do this?
Thankyou

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Re: changing mainmenu 29 Sep 2012 09:45 #1140

current, our template doesn't sub menu is like you want. It only support submenu when you go to an main menu item.
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Re: changing mainmenu 29 Sep 2012 14:35 #1144

thank you for the reply but i don't understand.I try to be more clear about my problem. I have my main menu and I want that when I click on a button, it will open all the items above the main menu,not below(like default setting).it's possible?
thanks!

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Re: changing mainmenu 01 Oct 2012 03:12 #1148

yes, but currently, our template doesn't support it. You have to change yourself in code and css.
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