I have a Superfish Menu hover and text overflow issues due to special characters from foreign languages. In English or a language without special characters the menu and hover expand properly but with special characters you get text overflow and a hover with a negative right margin.
I'm using Superfish, the vertical menu specifically, and trying to find out if there is a way to have a two or three column flyout. Right now I have a list of categories showing in the menu and some categories have a lot of subcategories. If I could display the subcategories on hover but in a two column style it would cut down on the height of the flyout menu dramatically.
Has anyone done this or would someone be willing to share how to do this?
I have an svg object set with hover (or mouseover-out) to animate the superfish menu. When the mouse enters the svg, the menu appears, on leaving it should disappear. (same problem with div so not an svg problem)
(testing with FF5.01) Problem: mouseover, or hover work fine, but when I add a second function to remove the menu, I get a blinking menu. I assume its a conflict with the menu's own hover?
So I have some custom images as the background to my menu images, however I also have the text showing too, as can be seen here: [URL] How do I delete the text, so that just the image is showing. I have tried looking in all the php files, html files etc etc, even using windows grep to search for the files. However I cannot find them at all!
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 am wondering if it's possible to apply the hover classalready when the site is loading.Precisly look atwhere the home button should have the class "active" but it's applyingit just after hovering one of the menu points.
I've got 4 subnav buttons; each has at least a sub menu; some subs have a subsub menu. My problem is, if I mouseover one of the four main subnav buttons, and then DO NOT choose a sub menu option, but instead mouseover (say) the next of the four buttons, the first sub menu stays displayed.
This only happens if I'm mousing horizontally across the buttons -- i.e., if I mouseover a button, move the mouse pointer above the button, the menu will disappear as it should and it all works correctly.
I've attached a screenshot illustrating how all 4 menus can be open at once.
This is a snippet of the relevant navigation html (2 buttons only):
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 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?
I am using the Jquery Superfish menu within a struts 2 web app. As seen in the attachment, The menu is appearing and the hover delay is working but there are gaps between each menu and its sub menu. Also the root menu items are not all the same with. I am using the example code without changing it. how to get rid of these gaps ?
I have three columns from the css on my webpage, I have some text that is overflow:hidden in the first column and two empty columns next to it. My question is how could I use jQuery to make the text overflow onto the next columns rather than hidden in the first column.
This supposed to be simple, but I don't really know jQuery in order to implement this the proper way.All I want is to create a div with some text inside. The div will be overflowed some text will be visible.So all I want to do is to create to small links "up" and "down" so when the visitor clicks on then the text scrolls up or down. like this effect hereI tried to do some search ... but all I find are plugins and scrollers to create carousels or so
Does JQuery support multiple lines ellipsis for overflow text? That is, for example, Original text: This is a question about multiple lines ellipsis using JQuery Desired text: This is a question about, multiple lines ellipsis ... If yes, how to use it?
I ma just trying to figure out how I might center a superfish menu - and possibly make the top level LIs 'auto size'. It sees the menu will only float left or right. Of course I am not a css guru either - it could be staring me in the face.
I want to make a dynamic menu where the items being shown depends on the access of the user. I tried having a code in codebehind of my aspx page that will set a certain li to style display none, but when viewed in IE6 I get a white space within the menu.
[URL] and you can see the code there, but essentially I'm wondering if there is a way to open (I know there is, I just can't) the superfish menu plugin "up" rather than down which it does by default. I think it's a css/jQuery animation issue but I can't seem to get it.
All the CSS is in the original file, so not in an external stylesheet, this needs to stay that way because I have to implement the code in to several different web sites.
I'm trying to dynamically disable a Superfish menu when in mobile mode (using responsive design), so that only the main menu items are displayed. I want the Superfish menu to be re-enabled when the browser window is re-sized and the desktop CSS is re-served.
I've tried using detach() and append() to remove and restore the ULs, but I can't get that to work properly.