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Where is the Default SiteMenu stored?

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  1. Michael Waters
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    21 May 2010
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    Hi...

    I am trying to tweak the SiteMenu I am using on my site.

    I do not have a Menu folder in the theme I am using nor a RadMenu.skin file and the SiteMenu is set to "Default".

    I am trying to understand where the css and images are stored for this Default SiteMenu...
    I have tried multiple locations and cannot seem to find the one that this refers to.

    Can someone please point me in the right direction?

    I just want to make minor variations to that SiteMenu, so I need to find where that is and copy and paste it into a the theme folder I am using and then tweak it.

    Thanks,
    Michael
  2. Ivan Dimitrov
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    21 May 2010
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    Hello Michael Waters,


    "Default" is embedded skin of RadMenu control. All skin resources are embedded into Telerik.Web.UI.dll.

    I suggest that you should take a look at the articles below



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    Ivan Dimitrov
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  3. james
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    13 Aug 2010
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    How do we "Set EnableEmbeddedSkins to false" in sitefinity community 3.7?

    thanks,

    --nevermind found my own answer... just had to copy the App_Themes\Default\radmenu.skin file over to my custom theme and edit it
  4. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hello james,

    You can do this from the control designer as well - all public properties are automatically exposed in it.

    Regards,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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