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  1. #1
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    Hi just a note that ive managed to fix this problem - after some more playing around a realised a had missed my # off my #divSidebar CSS Rule so none of it was working! Cheers!
    Hi all, yet another question.
    On my first CSS only site i have a Main navigation menu at the top - i have set up on each text link with an id and then given the body a class ="AboutUs" (for example). Then by Using CSS i have told the browser to display the link as the col and background col i would like.
    This works Fine! However i also have a side Vertical menu and wish to use the same method on this to highlight where the user is within that section. I repeated all of my steps as before and put the class = bit in the Sidebar section of my coding - and then put my CSS rule to control the look!
    However this doesnt work - is it possible to have two different menu's using this method? Does it cause a conflict? If you can then i have obviously done something wrong and will have to retry again!
    Anyone help?
    thanks Edd.


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    Senior Member Karloff's Avatar
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    i wouldn't think that is a prob, but if you are having troubles using the same class why not just create another class like #active_left or something?

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