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Another New Menu! CSS Multilevel Dropdown Menu!

calendar October 31, 2009   |   author Author: Mike Nichols
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by Mike Nichols on October 31, 2009 · 0 comments

I just love menuing systems, and have posted my fifth one for your enjoyment. It’s a CSS-only Multilevel Dropdown Menu, meaning that there is no JQuery, no JavaScript, and no plugin. That’s right — you can now have a multilevel dropdown menu at the same time as all of your favorite plugins like Featured Content […]

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New Menu! Vertical Multilevel Dropdown Menu

calendar October 11, 2009   |   author Author: Mike Nichols
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by Mike Nichols on October 11, 2009 · 1 comment

You’ve probably noticed the vertical menu at the top of the left sidebar. It is used for supplementary navigation to help you quickly find anything on this site. It is an example of the Vertical Multilevel Dropdown Menu described in a new tutorial. You can use the Vertical Menu as your main menu or as […]

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Tutorial: Vertical Multilevel Dropdown Menu

calendar October 11, 2009   |   author Author: Mike Nichols
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by Mike Nichols on October 11, 2009 · 9 comments

Many people have requested a Vertical Multilevel Dropdown Menu to use either as the main menu, or as a supplement to navigation. In response to these requests, I have developed the menu described in this article. You can see the Vertical Menu in action in the top left sidebar of this site. I use it […]

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Updated: Multilevel Menu with CSS and JavaScript

calendar October 11, 2009   |   author Author: Mike Nichols
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by Mike Nichols on October 11, 2009 · 0 comments

The Multilevel Menu with CSS and JavaScript has had a major revision, both in its code and in the tutorial. The Menu now is much easier to install, and most of the causes of installation troubles have been eliminated. It also loads and runs much faster. In addition, the Menu has been made upgrade-proof, meaning […]

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New Article! Create an Element and Place It on the Screen

calendar August 4, 2009   |   author Author: Mike Nichols
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by Mike Nichols on August 4, 2009 · 3 comments

One of the most frequent tasks in customization is creating a screen element and placing it. It could be an ad, or an image, or an opt-in box. Despite all these different uses, screen elements share a basic setup — and this article shows you how to do it! “Create an Element and Place It […]

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Create an Element and Place It on the Screen

calendar August 4, 2009   |   author Author: Mike Nichols
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by Mike Nichols on August 4, 2009 · 5 comments

All Thesis users at some time want to put a new element somewhere on the screen — from an announcement, to ads, to a picture of Spot in the header. Wherever you want to put it, Thesis almost certainly will let you! The basic principle for creating elements and placing them on the screen is […]

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Color Individual Tabs on the Thesis Nav Bar

calendar July 13, 2009   |   author Author: Mike Nichols
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by Mike Nichols on July 13, 2009 · 27 comments

This article applies only to Thesis 1.5.1! If you want to color the individual tabs in the Thesis 1.6 menu, please see the article Color Individual Tabs on the Thesis 1.6 Nav Bar. Many people want to change the background and font colors of individual tabs in the Thesis navigation bar. It is not a […]

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New Article! Tutorial: Multilevel Menu with CSS and JavaScript

calendar July 11, 2009   |   author Author: Mike Nichols
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by Mike Nichols on July 11, 2009 · 0 comments

Sometimes I get so excited about a project that I drop everything and pursue it. That’s the way it’s been with the Multilevel Menu with CSS and JavaScript. It’s a dropdown multilevel menuing system for Thesis that is easy to install and configure. The menu styling is CSS-based, and the fonts, colors, tab and pulldown […]

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Tutorial: Multilevel Menu with CSS and JavaScript

calendar July 11, 2009   |   author Author: Mike Nichols
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by Mike Nichols on July 11, 2009 · 43 comments

The code for the Multilevel Menu with CSS and JavaScript has been completely revised October 4-17, 2009. This tutorial has been changed to reflect the revisions, as well as being improved with new sections on how to build the menu and troubleshooting. The Multilevel Menu with CSS and JavaScript is a fast, easy to implement […]

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Two New Menu System Tutorials for You!

calendar July 6, 2009   |   author Author: Mike Nichols
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by Mike Nichols on July 6, 2009 · 1 comment

I‘m proud to say that new articles on two different kinds of menus/submenus are up! They’re Tutorial: Contextual Submenus Tutorial: Image Button Bar Menu/Submenu I use the Button Bar for the main navigation of Thesis Themes Tools, with the Contextual Menu right under it. Right now, the best places to see them in action are […]

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Tutorial: Image Button Bar Menu/Submenu

calendar July 5, 2009   |   author Author: Mike Nichols
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by Mike Nichols on July 5, 2009 · 4 comments

There are several menu alternatives to the standard Thesis navigation menu. One of them is the Image Button Bar Menu/Submenu, which can either be used as the main navigation — as it is on this site — or as a submenu to the Thesis nav bar, as it is on Jamie Ridler’s site. The Button […]

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