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Setting up/styling RadPanelbar in v4

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  1. Richard
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    03 Jan 2012
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    Hi guys,

    I'm wondering if you can help and give me some direction regarding styling the RadPanelBar please to use in Sitefinity 4.

    Just a bit of background on what I am trying to achieve, the website we are building uses the Horizontal menu for the top level navigation and all sub pages are down the left hand side. Because there could be multiple child pages I have added a sitemap data source along with the RadPanelBar so these can be displayed as per Markus Berchtold's recommendation here http://www.sitefinity.com/devnet/forums/sitefinity-4-x/general-discussions/submenu-navigation-2-levels.aspx.

    Previously I used this combination in Sitefinity v3.7 but was wondering how do I style this in version 4?

    In v3.7, in my themes folder I had the RadPanelbar.skin file and a folder called Panelbar which contained the CSS. Can anyone let me know what files I need to add to my v4 project, where to add them to achieve the same thing and any settings I need to change in the web frontend?

    Many thanks
    Richard
  2. Markus
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    Dear Richard

    I have my skin files in the following folder

    ~/css/PanelBar.MyStyle.css
    ~/css/images/whatever.png

    Then I simply link to the CSS files in my master.master page

       <link href="/css/PanelBar.MyStyle.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />
    I have my .master in App_Master

    Quite basic and it works for me.

    Kind regards
    Markus

    That's all.
  3. Richard
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    Thanks Markus, thats great.
  4. Markus
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    Glad if I can help in any way. Usually it's the other way around :-)
    Markus
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