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ASP.NET side submenu with CSS

Posted on 2014-01-07
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Hi

I need to add to my working menu a side submenu to one of the items in the submenu.
The side sub menu should popup to the right of Organization->Teams when mouse hovers above Teams.

Please help,
Thanks.
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Question by:Yucel Altingoz
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by:ItWorked
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update your css with following... I have changed color as You haven't provided Images...
Hope it works :)
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by:Yucel Altingoz
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Hi ItWorked
Thank you for your reply.
I still don't know how to make a second submenu.
What I need is, when mouse hovers over "Teams" in the first submenu a new menu pops out to the right.
I could not do this with your solution.
Your solution highlights "Teams" only
Thanks,
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Is this what you need?
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by:Yucel Altingoz
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Hi ItWorked
Yes, this is exactly what I need.
Is it possible to do the same with my CSS?
I prefer not to rewrite my main page with new CSS.
Thank you.
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