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How to remove the gap in the NavBar?

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How to remove the gap in the NavBar?

Post by ReturnOfPeyton on June 3rd 2012, 2:39 am

Theres a gap between each button.
I want it together. I seen this fixed on Invision, but I am using
Php2BB. Help? Thanks.

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Re: How to remove the gap in the NavBar?

Post by runawayhorses on June 3rd 2012, 3:35 am

The way I did it is download s navigation bar with buttons that were made to fit together to form what looks like a bar. When you add them it will come together. You can find some here:

http://help.forumotion.com/f54-navigation-bars

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Re: How to remove the gap in the NavBar?

Post by Jellydonut on June 3rd 2012, 6:00 pm

Is it a gap because the buttons were removed?
I know if there are certain buttons I don't want on the navigation bar, I have to make a 1px strip of the navigation bar and put it where the button would be. I'm sure there's an easier way, but that's the only way I know.

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Re: How to remove the gap in the NavBar?

Post by Sir Chivas™ on June 3rd 2012, 6:03 pm

Hi, Hello

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Re: How to remove the gap in the NavBar?

Post by runawayhorses on June 3rd 2012, 6:04 pm

@Jellydonut wrote:Is it a gap because the buttons were removed?
I know if there are certain buttons I don't want on the navigation bar, I have to make a 1px strip of the navigation bar and put it where the button would be. I'm sure there's an easier way, but that's the only way I know.
All you do then is move the button to the end of the navigation list and it wont show a gap.

Sir Chivas™ wrote:Hi, Hello

Please provide your forum URL for appearance problems.

Thank you.
What is a URL going to do?

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Re: How to remove the gap in the NavBar?

Post by Jellydonut on June 4th 2012, 12:12 am

@runawayhorses wrote:
@Jellydonut wrote:Is it a gap because the buttons were removed?
I know if there are certain buttons I don't want on the navigation bar, I have to make a 1px strip of the navigation bar and put it where the button would be. I'm sure there's an easier way, but that's the only way I know.
All you do then is move the button to the end of the navigation list and it wont show a gap.

Sir Chivas™ wrote:Hi, Hello

Please provide your forum URL for appearance problems.

Thank you.
What is a URL going to do?
Not sure how to do that either :Smile But thanks xD At least that's not the only way

And the URL is probably so we can see exactly what she means, since her explanation is sort of vague.

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Re: How to remove the gap in the NavBar?

Post by runawayhorses on June 4th 2012, 12:44 am

@Jellydonut wrote:Not sure how to do that either :Smile But thanks xD At least that's not the only way
Well I'll explain real quick how you can remove that strip if you want.

Go to:AP>>Display>>Header & Navigation>>

On that page you'll see "Nav links" with green arrows that point upwards and downwards next to each Nav menu button, just move the button with the strip you made to the top or the bottom of the list by clicking the arrow. Do that just so its at the end of the list. By doing that it will not be between any buttons and thus not make a gap. Simple really. Smile

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