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DDStudios says

Ok I started coding my new theme today and I was wondering , what would be the best way to do the “on” state for the menu , take a look : http://s3.envato.com/files/183777/Themepreview/02_magnifico-home.png

If the div for the nav is the same height as the black bar .. the little arrow will be hidden because it will be in the “BG/Logo” div. I tought one way of doing it is doing a BG image containing the nav BG + the logo and color BG .. but I think it’s not really editable for the user.

I want to use a PNG image for the logo BG so that I can use a single CSS color for the main bg..

What you guys think ?

Thanks ! :)

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fuelthemes says

if they are are not floated left, you can set the height of the navbar to 30px for example and the li elements to 35px. They will go over the navbar.

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DDStudios says
if they are are not floated left, you can set the height of the navbar to 30px for example and the li elements to 35px. They will go over the navbar.

How can they not be floated left ?

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DDStudios says

Ok case resolved :) Thanks !

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