Changing slider menu from "fixed" to "relative"

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Changing slider menu from "fixed" to "relative"

Postby lawelles » Mon May 28, 2012 3:38 pm

Hi,

I first downloaded Picture Perfect 1.3.3 in March 2010. I made some changes in the CSS so that the sliding menu down the left side remained at the top of the page when I scrolled down (otherwise you couldn't see the lower menu items). To do this, I edited the page.php file like this:

Changed: fixed to relative
(Which sounds backwards to me, but that's what my notes say, and I'm not well versed in CSS)

I recently moved to a new host, so now I downloaded PP 1.3.3 again, but I can't find where to edit the CSS so that the slider menu remains at the top of the screen. So it appears that the CSS file has been changed since March 2010, but there is no mention of that and I can't even find a changelog.

Any ideas?
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Re: Changing slider menu from "fixed" to "relative"

Postby lawelles » Mon Jul 16, 2012 2:24 pm

So I fixed it myself. Finally. If you want something done right...

I have the same version of PP, but for some reason the location of the file had changed.

Instead of updating the page.php file, it was in image-menu.

THanks for the help.
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Re: Changing slider menu from "fixed" to "relative"

Postby wayne » Wed Jul 25, 2012 12:45 pm

Thanks for sharing the answer.
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Re: Changing slider menu from "fixed" to "relative"

Postby arslan1 » Wed Jan 14, 2015 4:33 pm

I recently moved to a new host, so now I downloaded PP 1.3.3 again, but I can't find where to edit the CSS so that the slider menu remains at the top of the screen. So it appears that the CSS file has been changed since March 2010, but there is no mention of that and I can't even find a changelog.
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