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#1 2018-12-03 04:23:38

charking
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From: Montreal, Québec, Canada
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Spacing Between Menu Items in the Navigation Bar

I have been trying to expand the spacing between the various menu items in my navigation bar (Home, Info, etc.). The "Padding - left/right" in the Horizontal Navigation area does not seem to work. Am I looking in the wrong place?

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#2 2018-12-03 05:10:30

rod barbee
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Re: Spacing Between Menu Items in the Navigation Bar

that will require custom css


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#3 2018-12-03 05:42:44

charking
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Re: Spacing Between Menu Items in the Navigation Bar

rod barbee wrote:

that will require custom css

Thanks, Rod. I think I can live with what I've got. I don't mind using custon css, but this is a minor issue and not worth the hassle.

What does "Padding - left/right" do?

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#4 2018-12-03 06:06:47

rod barbee
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Re: Spacing Between Menu Items in the Navigation Bar

Looks like it adds left and right padding to the menu itself.


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#5 2018-12-03 06:25:41

charking
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From: Montreal, Québec, Canada
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Re: Spacing Between Menu Items in the Navigation Bar

rod barbee wrote:

that will require custom css

From the web:

How do I type a blank character?

Press and hold “Alt” key and while holding it, type digit keys 255 at the numeric keypad. 4. Release the “Alt” key. 5. After releasing the “Alt” key a blank character is inserted into a text and cursor moves to the next position.

I began to think of my days as a programmer, sometimes working at the machine language level, and the different coding structures at that level. Did a web search and found that. It works, whereas simple keyboard spaces will not.

Added: The alt-255 character is added to the names in the menu set. They can be before or after the actual letters.

Last edited by charking (2018-12-03 06:30:13)

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