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Help postioning my multi menu nav list onto my page

Posted on 2006-11-24
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Hi guys.  have created a multi menu nav list using opencube multimenus visual interface  software http://www.opencube.com/ ...dunno if anyone has heard of it.  Have created my menu, but the problem am now having is to position it right on my webpage.  here is the link to my page.....

http://www.exploitation.org.uk/BobbyTest/index.html 

and I want my navlist to go right next to the gti tags header logo.  

Trouble is cannot do it for the life of me....any ideas why guys????
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Steggs earned 500 total points
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Greets,

Try this

Take the whole menu section and move it directly under div header.

      <div id="header">
                  <!--|**START IMENUS**|imenus0,inline-->

<!--  ****** Infinite Menus Structure & Links ***** -->
<div class="imrcmain0">
<div class="imcm" id="imouter0">
<ul id="imenus0">
<li id="ulitem0z0" style="width: 96px;"><a id="ulaitem0z0" href="#" style="background-position: left top; background-color: rgb(0, 0, 0); text-align: center;">Home</a></li>
<li id="ulitem0z1" style="width: 96px;"><a id="ulaitem0z1" href="#" style="background-color: rgb(0, 0, 0); text-align: center;">About Us</a></li>
<li id="ulitem0z2" style="width: 96px;"><a id="ulaitem0z2" href="#" style="background-color: rgb(0, 0, 0); text-align: center;"><span imexpandarrow="1" class="imea imeamj"><span id="eaulitem0z2"></span></span>Services</a>

      <div class="imsc"><div class="imsubc" style="width: 146px; top: 0px; left: 0px;"><div style="top: 7px; left: 3px; height: 72px;" class="imunder"></div><div></div><ul id="x1ub0z2" style="">
      <li id="ulitem0z2z0"><a id="ulaitem0z2z0" href="#">Textulator</a></li>
      <li id="ulitem0z2z1"><a id="ulaitem0z2z1" href="#">VIP Membership Service</a></li>
      <li id="ulitem0z2z2"><a id="ulaitem0z2z2" href="#">GTI Management Centre</a></li>
      </ul>
      </div></div></li>


<li id="ulitem0z3" style="width: 96px;"><a class="" id="ulaitem0z3" href="#" style="background-color: rgb(0, 0, 0); text-align: center;">Products</a></li>
<li id="ulitem0z4" style="width: 96px;"><a id="ulaitem0z4" href="#" style="background-color: rgb(0, 0, 0); text-align: center;">Gallery</a></li>
<li id="ulitem0z5" style="width: 96px;"><a id="ulaitem0z5" href="#" style="background-color: rgb(0, 0, 0); text-align: center;">Contact</a></li>
</ul><div class="imclear">&nbsp;
</div>
</div>
</div>
      <a href="#">
            <img src="GTITagsHeader.gif" id="title" alt="GTI Tags"></a>




Then change <div class="imrcmain0 imgl"> to <div class="imrcmain0">, you cant have spaces in here, the css wasnt working.

Change your css to this

.imrcmain0 {float:right;width:650px;z-index:999999};


Rgds
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cheers again steggs....thanks for that mate
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