Another CSS menu question

Hi,

I have CSS menus at the top of my pages. It has 5 menus. Of the five, 3 are drop downs with a few choices on them. In these, there’s plenty of feedback in that as you move your cursor down through the menu choices they change color. The other two, however, have no sub-choices, you just click on them to go to the appropriate page.

The only feedback you get when you want to choose one of these is that the cursor changes to the pointing finger that indicates a link. It’d be nice, however, to have some kind of hover effect – a color change. Is there anyway to do this in this situation? I can’t see anything in the inspector.

Thanks,
Martin
Signal Mountain, TN


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In the Action window for the CSS Menu you will first see Main Menu Settings at the top and all the variables below. Click on MainMenu Settings and you will see that you can change this to Submenu Settings and then set the Links etc. for the submenu using the variables below.

(If you can’t see the Action window, click on Window in Freeway’s Menu and then Actions in the drop-down).

HTH Colin

On 27 Jan 2011, at 11:45, Rice Martin wrote:

I have CSS menus at the top of my pages. It has 5 menus. Of the five, 3 are drop downs with a few choices on them. In these, there’s plenty of feedback in that as you move your cursor down through the menu choices they change color. The other two, however, have no sub-choices, you just click on them to go to the appropriate page.

The only feedback you get when you want to choose one of these is that the cursor changes to the pointing finger that indicates a link. It’d be nice, however, to have some kind of hover effect – a color change. Is there anyway to do this in this situation? I can’t see anything in the inspector.


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Also - don’t forget that you have to first select the Item to see it’s Action in the Action window.

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Perfect, Colin! I just hadn’t thought to look in the action window, just the inspector. Vast improvement now.

Thanks so much.

Martin

On Jan 27, 2011, at 7:15 AM, Colin Alcock wrote:

In the Action window for the CSS Menu you will first see Main Menu Settings at the top and all the variables below. Click on MainMenu Settings and you will see that you can change this to Submenu Settings and then set the Links etc. for the submenu using the variables below.

(If you can’t see the Action window, click on Window in Freeway’s Menu and then Actions in the drop-down).

HTH Colin

On 27 Jan 2011, at 11:45, Rice Martin wrote:

I have CSS menus at the top of my pages. It has 5 menus. Of the five, 3 are drop downs with a few choices on them. In these, there’s plenty of feedback in that as you move your cursor down through the menu choices they change color. The other two, however, have no sub-choices, you just click on them to go to the appropriate page.

The only feedback you get when you want to choose one of these is that the cursor changes to the pointing finger that indicates a link. It’d be nice, however, to have some kind of hover effect – a color change. Is there anyway to do this in this situation? I can’t see anything in the inspector.


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