3 Replies Latest reply on Sep 5, 2008 6:35 AM by ccsimmons

    Horizontal CFMENU

    ccsimmons Level 1
      I know you cannot provide a width attribute to a horizontal cfmenu... so is there no way to spread menu options out evenly across a certain width??? Say you have a menu running horizontally the width of your page layout and you have the following top level navigation: About | Contact | Professional Links Services | Our Team

      Is there a way to spread the options apart evenly across 800px or so?
        • 1. Re: Horizontal CFMENU
          Level 7
          Try adding this to the <head> of the page.

          <style type="text/css">
          <!--
          .yuimenubaritemlabel {
          width: 111px !important;
          }
          .yuimenuitemlabel {
          width: 111px !important;
          }
          -->
          </style>

          yuimenubaritemlabel is for the top level menu

          yuimenuitemlabel is for the drop downs.

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          Ken Ford
          Adobe Community Expert Dreamweaver/ColdFusion
          Adobe Certified Expert - Dreamweaver CS3
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          "ccsimmons" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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          >I know you cannot provide a width attribute to a horizontal cfmenu... so is
          > there no way to spread menu options out evenly across a certain width???
          > Say
          > you have a menu running horizontally the width of your page layout and you
          > have
          > the following top level navigation: About | Contact | Professional Links
          > Services | Our Team
          >
          > Is there a way to spread the options apart evenly across 800px or so?
          >

          • 2. Re: Horizontal CFMENU
            Daverms Level 3
            Hi,

            See if Ray's nice little hack can help you (I am not sure anyway)

            You can have it here
            • 3. Re: Horizontal CFMENU
              ccsimmons Level 1
              Thanks to both responses. They both were VERY useful. Attached is what I used.