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I'm trying to create drop down navigation to various sections of my wiki (it's privately hosted) like you see at the top of the star wars fandom site (https://starwars.fandom.com/f). Where it has "The Mandalorian" and when you mouse over it drops down to a season menu, and so on.

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The solution depends on your specific requirements (e.g. does it need to work without JavaScript?), but you might be interested in the MonobookSidebar JavaScript (live example on Halopedia), which is used to implement a nested navigation menu on the MonoBook skin, similar to the menu found in the Monaco and Nimbus skins. The source code, including the menu items' definitions, can be found on Halopedia's MediaWiki:Monobook.js page and the styles are naturally found on the MediaWiki:Monobook.css page (look for the comment "/*** Monobook Sidebar ***/"). The gradient image that the CSS code refers to can be found at https://www.halopedia.org/images/menu_gradient.png . Note that the CSS assumes that your local MediaWiki:Sidebar page follows a format similar to Halopedia's, including the word "Navigation" being written with an uppercase N. If and presumably when this is not the case for your wiki, you'll need to tweak the CSS as appropriate.

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Javascript is fine. THis is for my own personal use so anything that xnapp can support works fine. I will go and try this out right now. Thank you so much for the information.

 

Update: DUDE! That would be PERFECT! Thank you so much.

Update 2: Tried to use it. It didn't work. No nested menus.

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