Left Navigation Info
Navigation menus are done in <ul> and <li> tags. The HTML code is set up as follows:
<li>Menu Item 1</li>
<li>Menu Item 2</li>
Left Column Info
Not only can you have your nav in the left (column 1) but you can also add content and images. Please note that anything you put in the left column will show up on ALL of the pages within your site.
Left Column Styles
Class - main_left
Width - 195px
Margin-Right - 15px
Hybrid Navigation 3 Column Template
This template is a combination of the Left Navigation template and the Top Navigation template. A potential use for a template like this is if you wanted your division/college navigation across the top and then your department's navigation on the left.
The top navigation also has the ability to use a drop-down menu through the use off a nested <ul>. This is accomplished via CSS and nothing is required on your end to make this happen other than the nested <ul>. Hover over an item in the top navigation of this site to see an example of drop-down menus..
If you do want to use the top navigation from another site, email firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us what top navigation you would like to use as well as which site you work in. For example, if Web Services wanted to use the Public Affairs top navigation we would want to know that the /webservices site wants to use the /publicaffairs top navigation.
Main Column Styles
Class - main
Width - 425px
All styles can be viewed in the stylesheet.
Why Funny Monkeys
We chose the site /funnymonkeys because we figured that there would not be any departments who would want that alias. We also like pictures of funny monkeys.
No Monkeys were harmed by WKU in the creation of this site. All pictures were randomly found on Google.
Right Column Styles
Class - main_right
Width - 280px
Border-Left - 1px dashed #ccc
Margin-Left - 15px
Padding-Left - 15px
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