On the first post I wrote that my CSS looks for ul
I have 3 level menu which is working perfectly fine with EnableEmbeddedScripts
set to false
class was listed beside rmText.
I tested this by using Firebug
. I added rmExpandRight
and I can see right arrow.
The second solution you gave me works too but shows arrow to all rmItem
even if it doesn't have any sub menus. This is no good.
As I showed you in my previous example and also the one below, the rmExpandRight
is only created when EnableEmbeddedScripts
is set to true
What creates rmExpandRight? Is there a way from code behind which sets rmExpandRight
class? If yes can you give me an example?
| <a class="rmLink " href="festivalsandevents.aspx">
| <span class="rmText">Festivals & Events</span>
| <div class="rmSlide">
----------------there is rmExpandRight
|<li class="rmItem" style="z-index: 8;">
| <a class="rmLink rmExpanded" href="festivalsevents.aspx" style="width: 185px;">
| <span class="rmText rmExpandRight">Festivals & Events</span>