Is this the one that uses a select (picking) list? If so, you could
do it this way:
Click on the HTML box that has the select inside it, or on the select
itself if you have drawn it stand-alone on the page. Make a note of
the Title of the box in the Inspector. Let’s pretend it’s called
item1, but wherever you see item1 below, substitute what you find in
Now back in the Styles palette, use the gear menu to choose New
Style. In the Tag field, enter:
Tab over to the Name field and delete whatever is there, then tab
again to make sure it sticks. If you notice that Freeway has snuck
style1 back in there, delete it and tab out again. If anything is
entered in the Name field, this won’t work.
Now click on the Extended button, then New, then in the Name field
type ‘width’ (without the quotes) and in the Value field, enter 300px
(or whatever width you really want).
That’s it. Publish and revel in your CSS mastery!
On Apr 4, 2008, at 2:50 PM, Jamie Turner wrote:
Hey, gang –
Is there a way to specify the width of a Navigation Pop Up menu?
I’d like my Nav Pop Up to stay the same width no matter what I type
I wasn’t able to quite get this to work, but I’ll keep playing with it. Thanks for your help.
Another question I have is how to create what I’d call a drop down menu (I’m not sure that that’s what Softpress would call it).
Here’s what I mean – I’m trying to create a little icon like the kind you see in the inspector palette where it has a blue arrow that’s pointing down and when you click on it it has a bunch of options that drop down. You know what I’m talking about?
You can’t target the select itself, because Freeway leaves off the IDs. So if you are in a table, try making that table a layer. That will force an ID into the mix. I don’t think that Freeway will add an ID to an un-layered table either. You could try my Add Selector Action, which will let you apply an ID or class to a table or a single TD if you like.