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Joomla 1.5 How to implement custom style for vertical menu ?

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I created a custom html module to place a static/non-joomla driven menu inside of it. I added the CSS to my template's css. When I publish it to the left though the menu inherits the module block style for the left position. In my custom html module I am applying the CSS to the div's and I do see some of the changes there but it's not displaying properly and is wrapped inside of the template's module block style. Any help is appreciated.

I have attached a screenshot showing you the image I want to overlay the menu on.

Link to the site: I created a custom html module to place a static/non-joomla driven menu inside of it. I added the CSS to my template's css. When I publish it to the left though the menu inherits the module block style for the left position. In my custom html module I am applying the CSS to the div's and I do see some of the changes there but it's not displaying properly and is wrapped inside of the template's module block style. Any help is appreciated.

I have attached a screenshot showing you the image I want to overlay the menu on.

Link to the site:



I created a custom html module to place a static/non-joomla driven menu inside of it. I added the CSS to my template's css. When I publish it to the left though the menu inherits the module block style for the left position. In my custom html module I am applying the CSS to the div's and I do see some of the changes there but it's not displaying properly and is wrapped inside of the template's module block style.

I have attached a screenshot showing you the image I want to overlay the menu on.

Link to the site: http://cvs.envisionsolutions.net/index.php?option=com_contact&view=contact&id=1&Itemid=3

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks!




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