Menus are available in WordPress since version 3. They are basically collections of menu items (weblinks) that connects parts of your site or link to the external resources. More details about WordPress menus can be found on the WordPress Codex.
Each menu item from the first level has its slideshow image. Those images should be named as bg1.jpg, bg2.jpg, bg3.jpg, etc. The menu items from the first level are shown in a row that covers the images. The slideshow is divided into the several equal parts. The number of the parts is determined by the number of the published menu items from the first level.
The menu items from the second level are shown above their parent menu item from the first level. The active menu item is selected by default and their children are also shown. When user move the pointer over the another menu item (from the first level), the slideshow animation starts and shows the image for the selected menu item. The menu items of the second level also have the background images. Those images are PNG type (they can be transparent) and they should be named as sub1.png, sub2.png, sub3.png, etc.
The menu items from the third level are shown when user move the pointer over the menu item from the second level that has children. The third level menu items are shown in a pop-up balloon.
The menu used for the Hot Flashes Menu can have menu items that's maximum 3 levels deep.
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