February 14th, 2014AWM: How can arrange where the submenu should appear
Knowledge Base support case for AllWebMenus Pro, abstracted and stripped of all user’s private info.
Initial Email From: Nick
Initial Email Subject: make a sub menu layered behind it's parent menu item
Support Case Month: October 2013
I am trying to make a submenu appear beneath it's parent menu. How can I achieve this? So that the z-index of the sub menu is say 999 and the main menu is 1000
it has to do with hiding a part of a top border of the sub menu, but only the part below the parent button a top it.
Reply From: Likno Customer Support
In general this has to do with the "Appear Where" property.
In order to achieve that you need to go to Sub Groups Style -> Appears – Where -> and set the distance of the selected edge. Here I have set it to be -10 pixels so that It appears like in the screenshot below:
Note though that the z-index value is a global property, which means you cannot have different z-index value in main menu items than in submenu items.