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Hello pageline team, I would like to move the main menu to the top of the page Just like THE new Google menu's. Is this possible and could you give me ?  hint how to do this. Cheers Roger

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6924s34ndz
Hello Catrina, De site is still 'under construction'. I will disable the maintenance mode. De url is http://www.1voud.be cheers Roger

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Jenny
Do you have the main menu on the page? I don't see it anywhere. We'll have to see the menu on the page to help with custom CSS. :)

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6924s34ndz
Hello Simple Mama, On the homepage I didn't had the main menu active. I will activiate the main menu on the homepage. As you can see that the site branding also wasn't active on the homepage. On all other pages it is active. I now switch (temporarily) the site menu page & the branding in the pageline settings. So you can see a bit the effect I want. cheers Roger

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catrina
It looks like your menu is already at the top of the page. Do you want it customized further?

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6924s34ndz
Hello Catrina, Yep I find a way to fix the menu bar at the top of the page. I did it by changing the pagelines setting. I would like to change the design of the main menu like the way Google has changed its menu bar. When I tried to do this, the borders of the twitter bar also changed. And I only want to change the colours of the menu bar. cheers Roger

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kastelic
So you want to adjust the look of the top menu with CSS? Any rule that you make, prepend it with '#primary-nav' Than way you won't be affecting other elements on the page.

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