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Left menu not show/visible

Left menu not show/visible

Wednesday 07 April 2010 1:25:02 pm - 3 replies

Hi All,

I am using 4.2 and I have setup a site using IIS7 in windows platform. My question is in my site I cannot show the left menu. I dont know how to enable the menu, but I have tried with "Menu management" in administration panel. But still the left menu not visible. But top menu is ok.

Could you please help me to show the left menu.I am newbie so sometime it may be my fault in somewhere.

Thanking in advance.

regards,
Vins

Wednesday 07 April 2010 1:45:27 pm

If you installed website intefase (ezwebin) or ezflow extension, then this feature will not work. It is posible to show the left, left and top, top and others if you are using the plain site with ezpublish.

With any of the extensions mentioned before (ezwebin-ezflow) you must desing your own left menu with css.

Hope this help.

Wednesday 07 April 2010 1:52:58 pm

Hi Hugo,

Thank you very much for your reply. Yes as you said I have used "ezwebin".

But I don't know how to use my custom menu in ezPublish. Actually I have my own designed menu, but I don't know how to use it and how to add required Javascript files to ezPublish. If it is possible, could you please let me know how can I do it.

Thank you and really appreciate your help.

regards,
Vins

Monday 12 April 2010 1:43:24 pm

Hi Vins,

You can easily add javascript or css file in your layout as below.

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript" src={"js/myfile.js"|ezdesign} TYPE="text/javascript"></SCRIPT>
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href={"css/style.css"|ezdesign} />

in case you are using extension method for creating your site then this folders are located at
ezpublish\extension\myextension\design\mydesign\js
ezpublish\extension\myextension\design\mydesign\css

or in ezpublish\design folder.

hope this helps...happy.gif Emoticon

Thank you,
Akhi

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