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widget

Community Member, 19 Posts

18 June 2009 at 11:07pm

Hi I have added a silverstripe theme to one of my sites. The theme is blackcandy, it has a horizontal navigation across the top. is it possible to change the navigation to vertical down the left side?? Can anyone help me change it from horizontal to vertical. please.

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Nivanka

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19 June 2009 at 6:22am

I believe that you can change this with the use of the CSS, try the layout.css file, anyway if you can give a basic idea of how you need it; it will be much easier for someone to reply you.

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widget

Community Member, 19 Posts

21 June 2009 at 10:44pm

Hi Nivanka, thanks i have been looking through the layout.css, i have changed the layout a bit, but now need to make the navigation vertical and text list type.

This is what i need and hope maybe someone can help. the site is www.08004nails.co.nz and i want navigation to go down the left side and ideally also would like the content part to be two columns.

So then is will look so:
text navigation, content one, content two. may be. if not then i can make just stick with one content column. above are the files that i am using in the theme.

colours and sizes are not an issue, it is just changing the menu navigation layout.

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widget

Community Member, 19 Posts

21 June 2009 at 11:10pm

a bit like gconsultant or reversed sky themes - text menu list, but without the extra layer below.
sorry will post the files shortly.

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Howard

Community Member, 215 Posts

21 June 2009 at 11:46pm

Hey, try the attached file for your layout. This stuff isn't hugely related to SilverStripe as it is purely a HTML/CSS issue - I would suggest going through some basic HTML/CSS tutorials as then you will find this sorta stuff much easier.

I imagine that it would be easiest for you to create the two columns using tables in the CMS text editor.

Hope this helps!

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widget

Community Member, 19 Posts

23 June 2009 at 1:11pm

awesome, that is just what i wanted. thankyou. :-)

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Nivanka

Community Member, 395 Posts

24 June 2009 at 3:56pm

you figured it out right!