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  1. Dear Sir, first of all thank you for such helpful website. Now as w3css framework is very useful and easy to implement. I want to suggest if following modification is possible in your new version of w3css. 1. Menu structure with ul and li elements rather than using only a tags. That will be easily implementable in WordPress default menu structure and having drop-down facility also available. 2. Menu items are being used 2 times for making it responsive rather it should use items only single time.
  2. Hi, I'm trying to setup a sidenav with multiple accordion dropdowns. The first one seems to work fine but the rest just reopen the first in the list. Anyone any idea what I'm doing wrong? It may well be blatantly obvious as I'm no expert! Thanks, Dave. The code I'm using (css) is: ____________________________________________________________________________________ <nav class="w3-sidenav w3-light-grey w3-card-2" style="width:140px;"> <a href="index.php">Home</a> <div class="w3-accordion"> <a onclick="myAccFunc()" href="#">First group<i class="fa fa
  3. I'm working on a drop-down menu for someone and it's the largest one I've had to do yet (drop-downs are not a strong point of mine, and the largest I've ever had to do only had the one layer of drop-downs). This particular menu I want to have centered, along with it's drop-downs, and I was advised to code the first set of uls like this: This is the HTML for the menu: <ul class="topbar"> <li><a href="">News</a></li> <ul><li><a href="">Blog</a></li> <li><a href="">Podcasts</a><
  4. Hi I am just self-learning CSS and am practising in a new WordPress site. It is only hosted locally for now so sorry I can't provide a link. I'm sure this is easy for a CSS guru though I am having trouble center aligning the text (i.e page links) within my horizontal navigation menus. I tried using padding (which works) though discovered it is displayed differently in different browsers (I am still learning about using universal CSS for multiple browsers). I read a few tutorials regarding using "margin: auto" and "align:center" though I have no idea where to use it in my code. I have tried a f
  5. Hello all, I developed pop-out slider menu that builds itself from the CSS rules and HTML content. Unfortunately I designed it around a $('.menuElement .uniqueMenuClass') strategy. Basically I have a handful of menus that do the same thing but with multiple copies of the pop-out menu script plugin with renamed '.uniqueMenuClass' for the respective menus. Example: $('.sliderMenu .menuOne').ready(function buildSlider(){ var sliderWidth = $('.sliderMenuElement .menuOne').width(); // A series of CSS dependent variables... $('.sliderMenuElement .menuOne').mouseenter(function animatedStuff(){
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