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Old 14 Aug 2008, 18:50
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Talking Navbar help..please

Hey guys,
I have been having a lot of trouble with my navbar..I went to vbulletin.com and they said they couldnt help me because I had "modded" features in my navbar. I am currently using 3.6.8
My site is www.the337.com
as you can see everything works fine except the "forum" (when at the home page) and my "search" and "quick links" drop downs dont work..
Heres my code for my navbar I am working with right now.

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If anybody feels like adjusting it to where it works, especially the dropdowns that would be great.
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Crawford
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Old 16 Aug 2008, 17:25
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Here is my code for the navbar that works on my site. You may wish to compare it to your coding to see if there is a difference. Good luck!:



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Old 16 Aug 2008, 18:15
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Here is my code for the navbar that works on my site. You may wish to compare it to your coding to see if there is a difference. Good luck!:
Or, compare you template you posted to the default vb template. Go to edit your template in the Style Manager, then hit the View History link. It takes you to a page that allows you to Compare your template to the default vb template. Hit Compare and all the differences will be highlighted.
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Thank you Lynne, that view history thing is very useful.
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