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Thread: Menu Positining

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    Menu Positining

    Hi,

    I am trying to position my menu bar but it keeps getting overridden by what FireBug calls "element.style". I know this is a style that is in the Javascript or something but I'm sure it can be overridden by being specific with the CSS.

    Here is the site : www.currydeals.co.uk

    I need the menu to be on the right hand side of the logo, inline with the center of the logo.

    Many thanks

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    I find two <body> sections in your code????

    And this:
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    $("ul./themes/css/skyblue_images/top_shadow.ppngnav li span").click(function() {
    What is that? I found it when I clicked on the "curry deals" thing hoping it was the logo you talked about and got this message from show background image:
    The requested URL /themes/css/skyblue_images/top_shadow.ppng was not found on this server.
    Think the errors on this page should be fixed of first.
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    Thanks for your reply Sunfighter. I am working on removing that now. There are several conflicts that I am removing at this present time.

    I found out how to position the menu by setting it as absolute. Problem sorted.

    If you can help me with another problem I would be very grateful. I will start another thread anyways as It is a separate problem.

    I am trying to insert the Google fonts API into my code but I have no Idea where to put it! as is PHP, I believe its all dynamically loaded. I just need to know where to find the head tag on this script! Index.php just comes up with nothing and I have no Index.html to place it in!

    PHP confuses the hell out of me

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    Done it now. I just used @import in the index.css file. Sweet


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