Viewing 12 posts - 1 through 12 (of 12 total)
  • Author
  • Pankaj Sharma Moderator

    You have to apply the custom style to the Menu -2 positions or where you published it position code. Maybe in the header.php file, if you applied the menu code in it.
    Use firebug or inspect element to check the style code and override the CSS via custom.css file.

    Hope it helps.


    amihai86 Friend

    I’ve tried all day… No result.
    Is there any tutorial for this?
    I guess I don’t know so well to do it myself. 🙂

    Pankaj Sharma Moderator

    its personal custom work so there can not be any tutorial for this.
    You can share the URL here i can take a look on it and guide you better.

    amihai86 Friend

    Hi, my site URL is:
    But, after trying these days to declare another variable in less file, – from memory – variable.less and than copy and modify all the rest of less files to get another design for these menu, I’ve got another idea:
    If I can keep the menu names and display them shorter I will get enough space for all the menus in the main menu.
    In the past you could display only a part of menu name – some caracters – and on mouseover the rest is displayed
    Like these:
    you have a menu name: Home and Outdor
    In the main menu it is displayed: Home…
    and when the mouse is over it is displayed the full name.
    a customization of only the menu item like in joomlart tutorial…
    but I forgot how to achive this. Can you pls help me?
    THX and have a nice day!

    Pankaj Sharma Moderator

    i am sorry i am not able to understand your native language
    also getting below error on your site

    amihai86 Friend

    Hi, about the error. It’s because of joomlart JA comment system.

    Pankaj Sharma Moderator

    The site is working fine now. Kindly check. Also for menu kindly share a screenshot and illustrate the description of your request so i can suggest you changes

    amihai86 Friend

    I’ve attached an image in my first post. In the image it is shown what was I trying to do.
    Just to reduce the height of the second menu, without affecting the rest of the style or anything else.
    Just for the height. This all I am trying to do 🙂

    Pankaj Sharma Moderator

    Your screenshot and site is different in view
    Also you have used the same class of mega menu in the second menu so if you will apply any csss it will also reduce the height of top navigation.

    amihai86 Friend

    So, can you pls provide an example of CSS an where to apply it?
    I’ve tried to apply it in the menu block, in tpls/blocks.
    It worked for the height, but it also break all the other appearance of the menu.
    I noticed that t3-mainnav css has a lot of css not just one… so what css should i modify?

    Pankaj Sharma Moderator

    You have to add additional custom css class in the t3 mainnav where you defined the code of 2nd menu and then you can apply the css via custom.css file on it.

    amihai86 Friend

    Ok, i will try this.
    Thank you very much.
    Have a nice day ?

Viewing 12 posts - 1 through 12 (of 12 total)

This topic contains 12 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  amihai86 1 year, 3 months ago.

The topic ‘Customize the secound created menu in Purity iii’ is closed to new replies.