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The default template that ships with Joomla has a vertical menu by default. In this video we see how to change that menu to a horizontal one.



  • The video is about making a horizontal menu in default Joomla templates.
    - The presenter is Tim Davis, a Joomla enthusiast, and he is doing this tutorial on his YouTube channel "Maintenance Monday 218."
    - The video is sponsored by "," and viewers can get a free site on it for their Joomla site with a coupon code "basicjoomla."
    - Tim demonstrates how to create a horizontal menu in Joomla 4 first and then shows how to do it in Joomla 3.
    - In Joomla 4, you need to find the module position for the horizontal menu (in this case, "menu") and assign the menu module to it.
    - In Joomla 3, after finding the module position (in this case, "position one"), you also need to add "nav-p-i-l-l-s" in the "menu class suffix" under the "advanced" settings to make the menu horizontal.
    - The presenter encourages viewers to like, subscribe, and ring the bell for notifications.
    - He signs off by wishing viewers well with their Joomla sites.

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Tim Davis is the founder and owner of Cybersalt.
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