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I have a menu (Main menu). It's a superfish based menu that contains simple dropdown appearances. This menu doesn't have any Superfish style attached to it. It just uses the JQuery of this library and that's it; because of this reason I now need to attach arrows to these specific menu links that contain dropdows... Is there any simple module for this purpose and would you even recommend a modular solution in this case?

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I would recommend that you use the settings of the Drupal Superfish menu itself. There is an option to use "Auto-arrows".

They can be further themed via CSS.

Superfish settings (in configure superfish block) enter image description here

This is your site html source. That auto arrow element is there, but because it uses a white background-image you will not see it, so style it like you need it.

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  • Before I asked the question I've looked for such thing but didn't find it... I guess I missed it... Could you just indicate where is it exactly?
    – user16289
    Commented Feb 26, 2015 at 7:33
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    I have attached a screenshot. Commented Feb 26, 2015 at 7:39
  • Oh... It doesn't work when there is no style... (i.e when style is set to "none")... any alternative to these specific cases when you would prefer to build the style customally?
    – user16289
    Commented Feb 26, 2015 at 7:43
  • As for my side it does also work when there is no style set. You will get <span class="sf-sub-indicator"> ...</span> and can style it like you want to. Commented Feb 26, 2015 at 8:11
  • Where should I see the class you mention? At what file?
    – user16289
    Commented Feb 26, 2015 at 9:26

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