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    Menu Padding

    Hello

    I have been playing with the 1.5 package but need to put more menu options on. When I do they wrap to another line.

    Is there a way I can reduce the padding around the text in the menu so I can create more space?

    Thanks

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    Go into the administrator side,
    Go to Extensions > Template manager
    click the template currently in use for the page you are concerned with (it'll probably have a star by it indicating the default template)
    Click the "edit css" item at the top right of the page that then comes up.

    There you should be able to edit the css files which determine the layout and such of your page. I haven't looked at the specifiics of the edugeek joomla package, so can't say which file you'll need to edit, but it'll probably be something like "template.css" . Look for entries starting with #menu or similar. Also, the firebug extension for firefox is a tremendous help when trying to figure out what to change on a page as it lets you inspect an item on any web page and see what style rules apply to it and what id or class (if any) it has.
    Hope that helps. If you need more specifics, yell and I'll get a hold of the edugeek package and come back to you.

    Hello
    :-Dave

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    Brilliant, thanks a lot for that.

    It was navi and mainlevel-nav for anyone searching in the future!

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