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Disable RadMenu dropdown functionality?

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  1. ASherrick
    ASherrick avatar
    6 posts
    11 Jul 2012
    01 Feb 2013
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    In my Sitefinity 5.3 website I'm using the RadMenu control in my master page (i.e. <telerik:RadMenu>) to display a sub-nav menu in the left column of the page. Here is the code that I am using:  

    ID="SitefinitySitemapDatasource2" StartingNodeOffset="1"
    ShowStartingNode="true" StartFromCurrentNode="false"
    runat="server" />
    ID="RadMenu3" EnableEmbeddedBaseStylesheet="false"
    EnableEmbeddedScripts="false" EnableEmbeddedSkins="false"
    DataSourceID="SitefinitySitemapDatasource2" runat="server"

    The menu displays the pages that I would expect but I want to disable the dropdown functionality. Right now the menu shows the parent (top-level page) and only when you mouse over the parent page do you see the child pages. I want the menu to always display expanded and without any JavaScript behavior.
  2. Jen Peleva
    Jen Peleva avatar
    568 posts
    10 Nov 2016
    06 Feb 2013
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    Hello Aaron,

    Please refer to the following forum thread, where a similar question has been asnwered:

    Also, using your markup and setting EnableEmbeddedScripts="false" , will display all items in the navigation.

    All the best,
    Jen Peleva
    the Telerik team
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