Settings Top Menu - Joomla

kunze
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kunze posted this 27 September 2017

Hello,

I use Joomla. I have a top menu in the footer. Now it is however, that the Bulletlist symbols are displayed in the menu - why? I have not found a setting where I can change the indentation of the submenu. I do not want to get gradation. Can someone give me a tip, where I find it?

As a screenshot hangs times the current representation to it.

My second question would be: Can you set up in the Top Menu, how many levels of the submenu should be displayed?

Could you please help me with the two problems?

Best regards
Martin

Hello, I use Joomla. I have a top menu in the footer. Now it is however, that the Bulletlist symbols are displayed in the menu - why? I have not found a setting where I can change the indentation of the submenu. I do not want to get gradation. Can someone give me a tip, where I find it? As a screenshot hangs times the current representation to it. My second question would be: Can you set up in the Top Menu, how many levels of the submenu should be displayed? Could you please help me with the two problems? Best regards Martin
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 27 September 2017

Hi,

The bullet icons are displayed because this menu is a regular html unordered list.
The bullets can be removed in the following way:

footer-menu-no-icon.png

As alternative you can add vmenu module class suffix to the menu module to turn the menu to vertical menu. Please note that Themler theme supports only one vertical menu style.

My second question would be: Can you set up in the Top Menu, how many levels of the submenu should be displayed?

As far as I know this is can be configured under the menu module configuration in Joomla. Theme does not control such things for all menus except horizontal and vertical menus where you can disable subitems only.

Thank you,
Olivia

Hi, The bullet icons are displayed because this menu is a regular html unordered list. The bullets can be removed in the following way: !footer-menu-no-icon.png! As alternative you can add `vmenu` module class suffix to the menu module to turn the menu to vertical menu. Please note that Themler theme supports only one vertical menu style. > My second question would be: Can you set up in the Top Menu, how many levels of the submenu should be displayed? As far as I know this is can be configured under the menu module configuration in Joomla. Theme does not control such things for all menus except horizontal and vertical menus where you can disable subitems only. Thank you, Olivia
kunze
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kunze posted this 27 September 2017

Hello Olivia,

many heartfelt thanks for the quick help. The bulletlist I have now deleted. Now I only have to change the indentation, so all entries in a row are displayed below each other.

I have inserted a TopMenu within a section without joomlaPosition. I have again attached a picture, as it looks at the moment and how it should look.

Site-Url: www.tsk-sachsen.de/tsk

Best regards
Martin

Hello Olivia, many heartfelt thanks for the quick help. The bulletlist I have now deleted. Now I only have to change the indentation, so all entries in a row are displayed below each other. I have inserted a TopMenu within a section without joomlaPosition. I have again attached a picture, as it looks at the moment and how it should look. Site-Url: www.tsk-sachsen.de/tsk Best regards Martin
Support Team
Support Team posted this 27 September 2017

Hi,

As I can see you already fixed the alignment of the footer menu items with negative margin.
Please let us know if you need our further assistance.

Thank you,
Olivia

Hi, As I can see you already fixed the alignment of the footer menu items with negative margin. Please let us know if you need our further assistance. Thank you, Olivia
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