working on my 2nd bottle of asprin

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Just kidding.
I am trying to get a web site concept out for a ham club I belong to for a meeting this Thursday.
Got it finished except for the additional pages but needed a decent menu. I downloaded the trial version of Menu Builder and my design looked good except it was too big so I needed to edit it.
In the mean time I went ahead and purchased the full version uninstalled the trial and installed the full, opened up my menu and what you see in the test version what you see in the preview png file is what I got. After 10 hours of trying to fix it I gave up and went to bed last night.
This morning I decided to start from scratch by creating a test project to see if the problem was still going to be there and of course it is still present.
Because it is not live I have provided screen captures of the body code, head code, preview, and folders.
One more thing, there is an test html file also provided and I do not know where it goes.
I have tried various places and it does not seem to matter if I use it or no.
Basically the menu is missing color, drop downs.

Thanks,
Steven
I guess I have too many photos so I cannot put the folder pane in. If you need it I can do a part 2 thread to get it in
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Hmmm, I just realized if I reply to my own thread I could get the folder photo to you

Steven
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In your <head> code (shown in 'head.png'), move your closing </style> tag from line 33 to line 20.
(And, unrelated, add a 'd' in 'pading' on line 15 ;) )
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WOW! That worked great, now I will get back to the original menu and try again.
Did not realize that Menu Builders CSS code was written in HTML not CSS

Thank you very much,

Steven

P.S. will let you know how it works in the original after I export the menu.
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Hi,
Regarding my last comment on letting you know how things worked out welllllllll there is some good news and some bad news.
I have been able to get an extension on the time to build the conceptual site to give me more experience with the menu builder and both Peggy and myself with the coding side. I still have some questions and will begin a new thread on them.
Steven

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