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marcus on Wednesday, October 12 2011, 06:59 PM

Adding roll down and menues to "nav"


I want to start of by thanking you for a great theme. However I cant get it to work. under "Home" there are several menues but they don't roll down. I have also tried to ad modules to "nav" but they don't show up in frontend.
I have read all the documentation that i could find including "hnav".
I am a novis in joomla and I would be very greatfull for any help.



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  • Replied by JisatsuSuru on Thursday, October 13 2011, 01:13 AM · Hide · #1
    Go to your Module Manager, click on the menu that you have created..under position make sure it points to "nav" then to the far right under the advanced tab where it says - Menu Tag ID - type "hnav" (without the quotes. SAVE&CLOSE and refresh your home page
  • Replied by zahir on Thursday, October 13 2011, 08:55 AM · Hide · #2
    JisatsuSuru, Thanks for the response!

    Marcus, follow the instructions JisatsuSuru mentioned above. You need to publish the module in the nav position, and add a menu tag ID of hnav under the Advanced Options tab. Below is a screenshot of the modules settings (click to enlarge):

    Hope that helps!
  • Replied by marcus on Thursday, October 13 2011, 07:57 PM · Hide · #3
    Thank you for replying so quickly.
    This is what it looks like for me...
    I still can't get it to work...


    Replied by zahir on Friday, October 14 2011, 08:41 AM · Hide · #4
    Also make sure you have created the sub menus and then enabled sub-menus in the menu module:

    1. Creating sub-menus in Joomla

    2. Enable Sub-menus for modules: Under the Basic Options for the menu module, set the show sub-menus to Yes.
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