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Answers may be interesting for other mega menu users, too.
If you use the mega menu, sub levels are depending on nav structure and may produce rather long URLs.
SEO wise, this is no so good.
In my case (see picture mm1), URL of e.g. tour 1 looks like
I was looking for a way to reduce the length of the URL, in order to have space enough to enter a better article name.
In a kind of workaround i tried the following:I created an extra menu for every sub level, here it was a menu named phototours, plus 3 articles. With this menu, I made a new nav-module and added this to the mega menu.
As you see here, the styling differs alot from the original menu points (see picture mm2).
Header is not underlined, links are black (therefore not visible) and the hover just changes the text color and not the background, as at the points above (see picture mm3)

In order to get the same styling, which classes from the mega menu do I have to use and where do I have to enter this?

Thks alot and greetings from Bavaria/Germany
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Replied by joomlaplates on topic Styling modules in Megamenu

Hallo, die Modul Suffixe bzw die Klassen sind reine Bootstrap klassen

Andere Klassen von Joomlaplates finden sie dann in der >Demo
Beispiel jeweils unter: Modul Styles
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