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  1. I have studied HTML and CSS self-taught several times, but I forget everything. It's not for me. So I took Wordpress and chose OceanWP as the theme. I would like some customizations on the OceanWP theme, can I put a wish list on the forum? Thanks to W3school, I know what I would like.
  2. Hi I am in the process of replacing an old menu on a website and came across the W3Schools menu guides. I have recreated most of the menu using the example and code on the 'Drop down menu in NavBar' page (https://www.w3schools.com/howto/howto_css_dropdown_navbar.asp) and I am really pleased with how it is coming along. However, my HTML and CSS skills are quite limited and I am stuck on two things that I am hoping someone here can help me with. I have done a few searches on these forums but not found quite what I am looking for or something that fits with what I have done so far and I cannot see an example on this site that achieves what I am trying to do. I need to add some sub-menus to the drop down items. For example, in the code given on the above page, the 'Dropdown' menu has three items, Link 1, Link 2 and Link 3. I need to find out how to have Link 1 (for example) provide access to another list of items, e.g. Link 1a, Link 1b, Link 1c etc.. Ideally, I would like this sub-menu to appear to the right of the source item. This also leads the second thing I have not been able to work out, but I think is probably a lot simpler. On the menu item that links to a sub-menu, I would like to put a right-arrow to show that a sub-menu is available. Whilst I can put the arrow on the item, I have not yet worked out how to right-align the arrow so, at the moment, it appears immediately after the menu item name. I have seen mention on some forum posts about li items and child-items but this appears to relate to different types of code for the menu in general and not what I have used so far. If it isn't possible to do this using the current method, I am happy to change to something else and any pointers, or links to example code would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance for any help anyone can offer. David
  3. Hi, Need some CSS help regarding SubMenu creation. I have this below code for responsive Main Menu which is working fine. I need to create a SubMenu under the main menu. For example :- Menu2 will habe two submenu like Menu2_SubMenu1 & Menu2_SubMenu2. The color, format and hovering effect will be same like Main menu. Can you kindly help me out with the CSS for the same. I am messing up with the Submenu CSS code code. Thanks in advance for your help. Regards, Ari. Here is the WORKING code where I would like to include sub-menu.( for example under **Menu2**). <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <style> body { margin: 0; } ul.topnav { list-style-type: none; margin: 0px; padding: 0; overflow: hidden; background-color: #2D5C88; text-align: center; /* For fixed header */ position: fixed; width: 100%; z-index: 1000; } ul.topnav li { display: inline; } ul.topnav li a { display: inline-block; color: #fff; text-align: center; padding: 8px 30px 8px 30px; text-decoration: none; transition: 0.3s; font-size: 13px; font-family: 'Verdana', Geneva, sans-serif; } ul.topnav li a:hover { background-color: #33699b; } ul.topnav li.icon { display: none; } @media screen and (max-width:680px) { ul.topnav li:not(:first-child) { display: none; } ul.topnav li.icon { float: right; display: inline-block; } } @media screen and (max-width:680px) { ul.topnav.responsive { position: relative; } ul.topnav.responsive li.icon { position: absolute; right: 0; top: 0; } ul.topnav.responsive li { float: none; display: inline; } ul.topnav.responsive li a { display: block; text-align: left; } } </style> </head> <body> <ul class="topnav" id="myTopnav"> <li><a class="active" href="google.com">Menu1</a></li> <li><a href="http://www.gogle.com">**Menu2**</a></li> <li><a href="http://www.gogle.com/">Menu3</a></li> <li class="icon"> <a href="javascript:void(0);" style="font-size:15px;" onclick="myFunction()">☰</a> </li> </ul> </body> </html>
  4. anyone have any recommendations? using overflow-y: auto for a long submenu, submenu closes when using scrollbar. trying to keep this all in CSS… .SubMenu.MenuLevel1 {max-height: 300px;overflow-y: auto;overflow-x: hidden;margin:0px;padding:0px;border:0px;}
  5. So I have a standard two level menu in one php file that I show on all the pages on a website. The menus and submenus are nested <ul> elements. When you go to a page, I would like the submenu that includes that page to be open by default. And also to stay open if another submenu isn't hovered over. I think I can figure out the menu transformations. The part I need help on is finding the submenu that the active page is contained in so I can set that one to be open.
  6. Ok, first let me explain what I try to do. I have a menu with some items containing a submenu. The submenu's should open when a parent is clicked and contains submenu's, and when traveling to another page (from the item clicked, for example a parent of submenu item), the submenu should remain active and visible. Now when I click on a parent item the submenu quickly blinks but is closed even as fast as it opens. I want the submenu to remain open when clicked on a parent that has a submenu, so users can easily navigate. So, here is the code I have so far: <div id="topnav"> <ul> <li> <a href="index.html">Home</a> </li> <li> <a href="#">Over Meves</a> <ul class="submenu"> <li><a href="#" class="suba">Historie</a></li> <li><a href="#" class="suba">Onze mensen</a></li> <li><a href="#" class="suba">Werkzijze</a></li> </ul> </li> <li> <a href="vervolg3.html">Disciplines</a> <ul class="submenu"> <li><a href="vervolg.html" class="suba">Klimaatbeheersing</a></li> <li><a href="#" class="suba">Elektrotechniek</a></li> <li><a href="#" class="suba">Sanitaire techniek</a></li> <li><a href="#" class="suba">Energiebesparingstechniek</a></li> <li><a href="#" class="suba">Bouwfysica en geluid</a></li> <li><a href="#" class="suba">Diensten energiebesparing</a></li> </ul> </li> <li> <a href="#">Expertise</a> <ul class="submenu"> <li><a href="#" class="suba">Woningbouw & Utiliteit</a></li> <li><a href="#" class="suba">Zorg & Welzijn</a></li> <li><a href="#" class="suba">Milieu & Energie</a></li> <li><a href="#" class="suba">Beheer & Onderhoud</a></li> <li><a href="#" class="suba">EPA & EPC</a></li> <li><a href="#" class="suba">Legionella beheersing</a></li> </ul> </li> <li> <a href="#">Contact</a> <ul class="submenu"> <li><a href="#" class="suba">Adres & route</a></li> <li><a href="#" class="suba">Werken bij</a></li> </ul> </li> </ul> </div> The javascript: var ddmenuitem = 0;function jsddm_open(){ jsddm_close(); ddmenuitem = $(this).find('ul.submenu').css('display', 'block');}function jsddm_close(){if(ddmenuitem) ddmenuitem.css('display', 'none');}$(document).ready(function(){ $('#topnav > ul > li').bind('click', jsddm_open) $('#topnav ul li a.suba').click(function(e){ if ($(this).attr('class') != 'active'){ $('#topnav ul li a.suba').removeClass('active'); $(this).addClass('active'); } }); $('a').filter(function(){ return this.href === document.location.href; }).addClass('active') $("ul.submenu > li > a").each(function () { var currentURL = document.location.href; var thisURL = $(this).attr("href"); if (currentURL.indexOf(thisURL) != -1) { $(this).parent("ul.submenu").css('display', 'block'); } });}); And the css: #topnav ul{list-style: none;padding: 0;margin: 0;}#topnav ul li{float: left;margin: 0;padding: 0;}#topnav ul li a{padding: 5px 15px;color: #00537F;text-decoration: none;display: block;font-weight: bold;}#topnav ul li a:link{color: #FFF;text-decoration: none;}#topnav ul li a:visited{color: #FFF;text-decoration: none;}#topnav ul li a:hover{color: #FFF;text-decoration: underline;}#topnav ul li a.active{text-decoration: underline;color: #FFF;}/*#topnav ul li:hover .submenu{display:block;}*/#topnav ul li ul.submenu{float: left;padding: 4px 0;position: absolute;left: 0;top: 24px;display: none;background: #e0e0e0;color: #00537F;}#topnav ul li ul.submenu a{display: inline;color: #00537F;padding: 4px 8px;}#topnav ul li ul.submenu li{border-right-width: 1px;border-right-style: solid;border-right-color: #00537F;}#topnav ul li ul.submenu li:last-child{border-right-style: none;}#topnav ul li ul.submenu a:link{color: #00537F;}#topnav ul li ul.submenu a:visited{color: #00537F;}#topnav ul li ul.submenu a:hover{text-decoration: underline;color: #00537F;}#topnav ul li ul.submenu li.active{text-decoration: underline;color: #00537F;}#topnav ul li ul.submenu a.active{text-decoration: underline;color: #00537F;}
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