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Hello Guys ...
im just developing my first template with Joomla3 and Bootstrap ...
one thing which was really missing fpor me was that there is no support for a dropdown-menu
i want to write less HTML overwrites as possible so i was very happy to stumle upon this module ...
installs fine ... the missing tags/classes are finally in the joomla output ...
but ... it wont work ...
the submenu ul's are hidden ... but there is no down arrow no css to make them appear on hover ...
I could write the missing css on my own, but shouldn't it already be included in the "bootstrap.min.js / bootstrap.min.css"
i tried the ones shipped with Joomla 3.0.2 (media/jui) BS Version v2.1.0
and the new originals from twitter bootstrap v 2.2.2
i'll try to figure it out myself meanwhile .. but a liitle advice would be highly appreciated ...
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i had to switch the Parent Menu Item-Type to "Menu Heading"
anyway great module .. it should definitely be included in the joomla! core .. review on JED coming soon ... UPDATE!
Is there no possibility to expand the functionality to a 3rd Menu Level ???
Hi, Thank you for your feedback!
About a 3rd level... we are going to check if Bootstrap has support for the 3rd level, we are implementing the menu with no modifications.
The Joomla 3 Backend-Menu works with bootstrap and three Menu Levels ...
We have just released XT Menu to fully embrace "Nav Tabs with dropdowns for Bootstrap 2 and 3".
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