How exactly does it create dropdown menus? I created a menu with hierarchy in it and set it as the primary menu. It showed just fine in the top-bar and the items with children had an arrow sign.

But when clicking on the items with children, there was no dropdown. Am I missing something? Or is it some bug?

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shivams’s picture

Sorry, I hadn't configured it to use jQuery 1.7. Now, it is working just fine.

tonystar’s picture

Status: Active » Fixed

Please also make sure that you are using jQuery 1.7.2. Only this version works fine with Twitter Bootstrap and does not break Views UI, Field UI and etc.

Status: Fixed » Closed (fixed)

Automatically closed -- issue fixed for 2 weeks with no activity.

nimzie’s picture

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I'm experiencing the same issue that shivams was experiencing.
Reading through, I've gotten 7.x-2.3-alpha1+0-dev (latest dev) version of jquery_update, switched to 1.7, and overwritten the jquery files in replace/jquery/1.7 with the 1.7.2 version without success.
Drop downs are not happening at all. In my current scenario, the menus have sub-items but there's no arrow showing.

iaminawe’s picture

Same behaviour and setup as nimzie has

jdcollier’s picture

I am having the same issue. No dropdown menu for the top navigation. I can also confirm the sub menu items are not being output to the HTML at all.

I can confirm that jQuery 1.7.2 is loading on the front end of the site, but I don't think that's even relavent since the child menu items in the "Main Menu" menu is not outputting.

I'm digging around the code and I haven't found anything yet?

Any help?

neRok’s picture

You need to go to Admin > Structure > Menus > Your Menu (probably main) then click edit on each of your 'parent' links. On each link-settings page, you need to enable Show as expanded.

tonystar’s picture

And thanks neRok again for the assistance!