CSS menu - Post ID 243226

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I have purchased and am using RLM Pro for a responsive web site redesign. I have modified one of your designs (see atached file) and I have a question about the link menu at the top (dark brown, just a placeholder right now). I am currently using a CSS drop down menu (see the current site at www.swartzfbc.org), which I really like and want to use in this design. Question is, how will the menu be handled on smaller screens. I know you have a product called Menu Building will act responsively.
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Coffeecup's responsive menu builder integrates well after exporting your site. You place an element in RLM to hold the position and then after export you will place you menu html in that spot. You can place the needed code to the head of the page before export to eliminate that step after export.
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Hey Ron,

I found that most CSS menus that are not built with Coffeecup's MB will not work right out of the box because the css within the menu you have and the css within RLMP often conflicts. You often have to comb through the code and fix the discrepancies.

Please note this is not just with RLMP but you quite often encounter this when trying to combine to different css code generators. Coffeecup has designed their products to work nicely together so you would be very beneficial to pickup Menu Builder and not have to worry about fixing CSS conflicts. You can find more information here:

http://www.coffeecup.com/menu-builder/
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Here's the cool part about Menu Builder working well with RLMP. To make sure the css doesn't conflict, you just fill in two boxes in Menu Builder. It can't get easier than that!
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Ok, I can take a hint!

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