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Author: Subject: Menu text wrap and position issue
jimgoings
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posted on 9/24/2004 at 01:37 AM Reply With Quote
Menu text wrap and position issue


I am using the default MSStyle template. I have two questions:

1) I changed the font size to 14 in the CSS file and it wrapped the text inside the root menu. I want it to remain on one line.

2) Where does the white area behind the second two menu items come from? I know that it wouldn't visible if the first item didn't word wrap, but I am just curious.

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posted on 9/24/2004 at 02:06 PM Reply With Quote

1) you'll need to adjust the width of the menu item so thers is enough space for increased font size. You can do that globally for all items on the level (in template.js) or for this particular item only (in items.js)

2) the line is the element of MS style demo created in the wrapper (function wrap_root (text, c)) so menu looks like the prototype. This line is not core element of the menu.
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