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Tab style Top navigation in SP2010

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 02, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 
Dear experts and seniors, I've started on the SP2010 theme customization.  From SP2007, it is easy to make the top navigation to have tab-style design, but in SP2010 it seems alittle bit difficult.  I try to change the css in SP2010, but no effect.  Just want to know if is it possible to have tab style top navigation in SP2010? Any if you have tried before on making the top navigation like tab style?  mind to share how was it done?  Or any good reference such as blogs that I can refer to? Thanks.


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