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How do I prevent the Jquery menu mouseover effect?

Posted on 2014-11-20
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I am using the default jquery menu (v1.9.2).  I have the menu working, but I need to disable the mouseover effect that causes the LI element to change background properties and retain the menu opening.

In other words, I want the LI element to remain static, but to open the secondary menu when the user mouses over it.

Here's my sample code: http://jsfiddle.net/81mf4fgt/
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Add to your custom css file

a.ui-state-focus {
    background:none !important
}
a.ui-corner-all {
    border:none !important
}
.ui-menu .ui-menu-item a {
    margin:auto !important
}

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Thanks for your help.  This is a quick and simple solution.
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