Love this menu. This menu will be appearing in module on right hand side of page. So I need the submenu to display on left, not right. So how to make this a right to left menu? I've played around a bit and have had no luck yet. I've used the navbar on another site and I'd really like to use this vertical menu too.
I'm using superfish menu jquery plugin, and I'm wondering if someone know how to update plugin that you can decide if sub - sub menus wil be shown on the right (that is in the original) or on the left side of the parent menu.
The problem is, that if the last menu is near the end of the browser, than the sub - sub menu will go off side the browser.
I'm using the Superfish vertical menu to develop an online book. My vertical menu which consists of chapters and sections place on the side of my page, and is long enough to show all of the main items. However, as the chapters get lower in the page, the submenu items (my section names) get cutoff (there's not enough room to show all subitems for the final 2 chapters). So, I guess I have 2 questions:
1) Is there some sort of option to tell Superfish to realize "Hey, not enough room for the menu, so I need to move the submenu up higher" and if not
2) Could someone give me some direction as to how I might be able to move "up" a few of my submenus by diving into the code? In other words, instead of the first item in my submenu visually matching up with the main option, have the 3rd or 4th visually matchup, thereby giving me the extra space needed when close to the bottom of the page.
On my website the navigation is at the top and right aligned. When you hover over the items on the right and the drop downs begin to appear they drop down and fold out to the right and consequently off the page and not very visible. Is there a way to tell the drop downs to roll out to the left instead of right?
I'm wondering how to modifiy the vertical menu of superfish to let the submenu appear horizontal next to the parent menu element:123 3a 3b 3c45I just spent some hours searching on Google andplayed around with the CSSbut could not manage to fix it.
i'm having with a superfish menu i have tried to add to my wordpress site.The menu seems to work fine for the base-level (top parent pages) menu items.But the drop down menus seem to flash on screen for just a second and then disappear when the mouse hovers over the menu items.To see an example, please check out the top menu on this temporary development page: http:[url].....I have tried adjusting the z-index in superfish.css file but it doesn't seem to be having any effect.
what I'm trying to do is to have a vertical menu where one of the list items if triggered (click or mouseover are both fine) moves to the right and then slides down a submenu with other 4 lists items. I got this working while I was just trying this effect alone thanks to this script:
Each link on mouseover, popups to the right and shows links to different pages within the site. example.. pumps. pops up the mouseover window and has 3 links to 3 different pumps, each on a separate pages. Where as the moters link may have 25 links to different kinds of motors etc.
I have this page, the superfish menu does not show over the google earth plugin but under! This problem is happening in IE8 and Google Chrome. To run the following code run it under localhost (that is the domain registered with the google earth api key)
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head>
If I select one of the menu items the submenu appears just fine, my only problem is that If I point the mouse curser away from the whole menu the submenu is still shown, obviously if I click once with the mouse outside the menu the submenu disappears. So I need some kind of remove-submenu function when the mouse pointer is not pointing on menusubmenu....
Trying to get the Superfish menus to work in vertical mode, whereby each list item is a single line, and the next menu down sits to the right of that menu. For normal horizontal menus you use the Supersubs option when you call Superfish, but the superfish-vertical.css you need to make the menus layout vertically, seem to overwrite the widths of the UL's and LI's.
I have trouble with SuperFish Menu, of course it looks very nice and is good solution, but I am not advanced in CSS language.how to change space between menu and submenu in Navi-bar type menu? Now sobmenu hide part of menu, I have to must space.....
I have a problem with nav-bar style insuperfish when update jQuery from 1.2.6 to 1.5 or any later than 1.2.6. Submenu start with UL not begin left. roblem in IE8. Superfish download from: [URL] Replace source from [URL]
The problem is that the height of the second level menu results in their being gaps in between each menu item so that as you move your mouse down the second menu items it quickly closes again. scripting novice fix this by telling me which variable I need to change either in the Java script or the CSS files.
I'm curious if anyone knows how to fix this. Most of the content of my page is 940px wide. The superfish menu, expanding as it should to fit my drop-down heading text, is only about 700px wide. I want to apply a color background to the div that the superfish menu is housed in so that the menu appears to be 100% width.
For some reason, in webkit and firefox, the color of the div that the menu is contained in does not show up, so there's just an empty space in that last 25% or so of the bar.
In IE, it looks correct, though. (the color of the containing div shows through the blank space in the menu, making the menu bar appear to fill the entire width).
Am I missing something in the Superfish menu that makes it appear at 100% width?