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colorit says

Hi,

I often see here in themes as well as around in the WWW a drop-down-menu with this styling with these kind of arrows:

http://i33.tinypic.com/2nl5pfl.jpg

It seems to me, that this must be a template or a special code to download from where (?), which is used there.

Could anybody tell me, where to get such template or such code for it?

I see it too often in this way, just the colour of the arrows and the border of the tabs changes, but place, size and shape of the arrows is always the same.

All this give me the impression, that this must be a “standard code” or template.

Thanks a lot :-)

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stevebluck says

I don’t think the design is set into the plugin. But google search “superfish menu”, this has the tabs and arrows with it, then you’ll just need to style it.

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fillerspace says

http://www.dynamicdrive.com/style/csslibrary/item/jquery_multi_level_css_menu_2/

There is a setting to choose the arrow image files, with the black arrows being the default.

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colorit says

Thank you very much for that link, this seems to be the right.

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