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Last Updated: Saturday July 14 2012 - 06:07:49

Logo on top of menu?

Poster: rageon75
Dated: Friday January 9 2004 - 19:43:45 GMT

I was wondering if there was any way of putting a logo on top of a menu?
I tried to do it and when I went to preview the page the logo was missing. It had one of those little images that show that there was suppose to be an image there.

Any help would be appreciated! Thanks in advanced!

Poster: John
Dated: Friday January 9 2004 - 21:01:39 GMT

You'll need to be a bit more specific on exactly what you want to do. "On top" is confusing (to this old guy, anyway) - on top of the entire menu (don't know why); on top of a specific menu item, etc.?

Poster: rageon75
Dated: Friday January 9 2004 - 21:11:00 GMT

I want to put the logo on top of the main menu.

1. Logo image
2. text
3. text > sub menu
4. text

I wanted to put the logo on top because I wanted to put the follow scroll.
I wanted the logo to be visible at all times so I thought the follow scroll would be the best way.

It's hard to explain because I'm just learning how to build websites. Thanks for your reply.

Poster: John
Dated: Friday January 9 2004 - 21:24:11 GMT

From your 'drawing' I'll assume you have a vertical menu. I would simply size your logo so it fits within the size of your menu, and then place it in the top menu cell as an image.

See for an example. Select the 'AEC ByLaws' item from the menu. You'll see an Adobe Reader logo right in the middle of one of the sub-menu cells. That was done with the following statement...
aI("image=/images/getacro.gif;url=;target=_new;imagealign=center;itemheight=37;status=Download Adobe Reader;");

Hope I understood what it is you're trying to do.

Poster: rageon75
Dated: Saturday January 10 2004 - 0:41:08 GMT

That's exactly what I wanted to do thanks for your help!