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CSS + Drupal, Adding a drop line menu.

Posted on 2010-09-11
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Hi all,
Im trying to create a simple drop line menu for the following website http://www.0815-taschen.de/.
Currently, with the module "nice-menus" I have a simple drop down menu- is there a way to modify it so it mimics a drop line menu instead?

Would it be possible to just have the li tags organize horizontally?
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That did help some, but looking through the examples they many different ways to call the "drop line" function.

Is there any rule of thumb or guideline on how to get li tags to line up horizontally and not vertically?
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