Hello to all (sorry for my bad english, I'm Italian),
I write on the forum because I'm literally staggering!
I have a page in a sliding div in jquery running at 100% which also has a small arrow that turns on the basis of whether it is open or closed.
Always on the same page I added another sliding div that appear to work but this arrow does not rotate! The code seems more than fair ... You can give him a 'look you?
<p class="sli"><a href="#" class="menu" style="text-decoration: none; ">
Again, this is apparently working but not turning the arrow as in the first .. What is wrong? I know that I could leave the names of some of the same classes but to make you understand better I called everyone in a different way.
I forgot to say that if the link instead of the second imposed as a class "show_hide" the arrow works, but I rightly opens and closes the first div and not the second.
02-19-2013, 06:10 AM
That seems to be just a CSS issue. In your styles, you define .active sooner than .menu, so .menu has precedence. Either define .menu first or define .active more specific like .menu.active :)