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  1. #1
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    Hello Everyone , New user tot he forums, used them allot to answer questions tho Great resource!

    Here is my question
    There used to be Numbered CSS Classes on menu items which i would use to create CSS image Rollovers

    #nav_region ul a { /* You USED to  easily use Firebug to determine all these CSS classes. */
        width: 152px; 
        background-image: url(images/nav_inside_up.jpg);
        background-repeat: no-repeat;
    But for some reason now i cannot see these menu #'s ( ) all i get is leaf first , leaf, leaf, leaf, leaf last. I need to call each menu item specifically not generally.
    What could have changed this ?. I need to access these classes to customize each individual link.
    This is what i get now when i inspect the page on fire bug

    <div class="content">
        <ul class="menu">
          <li class="leaf first"></li>
          <li class="leaf"></li>
          <li class="leaf"></li>
          <li class="leaf last"></li>
    And this is what i used to see in order to grab the classes and customize each item separately
    <div class="content">
        <ul class="links primary-links">
            <li class="menu-319 first"></li>
            <li class="menu-320"></li>
            <li class="menu-321"></li>
            <li class="menu-322 last"></li>
    Now if i am using a different admin theme (say garland ) compared to my custom theme i get these numbers, But the CSS wont effect the Menu items when i view the page with my custom theme, and the code doesn't generate these numbers...
    Any help would be great , otherwise ill have to create a menu for EACH INDIVIDUAL menu item in order to effect them separately. and place that menu in the specific region for display. that just seems like a pain .
    Any helps suggestions or better ways to achive the CSS roll overs with images would be appreciated


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