Overview of CSS and Navigation Style Elements

Allow us to now give you an overview concerning the functionality of the CSS Navigations Editor. The Navigation CSS for Designer is divided into 6 tabs which are further subdivided. Most of the functions are self-explanatory, especially after trying them out and taking a look what change the settings you altered affected.

Tab
Sub Tab
Function
Global Background for navigation
Background by Images Can be a picture
Background by Images Or be defined using CSS color picker
IE Colors CSS Gradient Color Optimization Internet Explorer
Edit CSS Effects Round corners, Shadows etc.
Menu Size Height and Width of the navigation objects, compare p.34
Background opacity Manage opacity of Navigation background.
CSS
Top Items Background and roll over CSS color settings in addition to lots of effects such as round corners, shadow, opacity etc.
Sub Items Settings for the submenus, offering the same options available for top level items.
Images
Top Items Use a picture for the background. CSS effects such as round corner, shadow etc. can be used.
Sub Items Settings for the submenus, offering the same options available for top level items.
Menu Setting Item You can use icons in your navigation to make it more decorative. Simple upload an image, define height / width and optimize padding / distance right and left.
Separator Used to separate individual navigation points with a discrete line, commonly 1-2 px.
Fonts
Top Select font color, size, group and type in addition to roll over color – see p.15.
Sub Functions the same way
Sub-Sub Functions the same way
Menu You know this already as well – see p.6