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White Arrows in Sub Menus - DNN Minimal Extropy

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I've got the minimal extropy skin in DNN and I want to add white arrows to indicate there are submenus. Anybody know how to do this? I've tried editing the menu skin to no avail. I really need some assistance as I'm totally out of ideas and yet I need to get this working. Thanks in advance for any assistance with this.
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by:ErikVB
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sadly i am not a skinning expert, so i cannot help you out with this one, other than to suggest to also ask your question in the DotNetNuke skinning forum: http://www.dotnetnuke.com/Resources/Forums/tabid/795/forumid/109/scope/threads/Default.aspx 
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I actually found the answer by messing with properties of the NAV menu. I just set the IncicateChildren="true" and voila.
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by:Raju2
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why don't u try n image on UL Li i.e., menu and sub menu hope this will and less effort on script it reflect
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I found the answer on my own playing with the NAV menu properties.
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