1. Download and extract the Libraries module to sites/all/modules - http://drupal.org/project/libraries
2. Download and extract the Superfish module to sites/all/modules - http://drupal.org/project/superfish
3. Create one extra folder with name "libraries" inside the sites/all folder, if this does not exist. Finally, the structure should be sites/all/libraries.
4. Download the Superfish library (Superfish library link is also located as requirement on Drupal Superfish project page http://drupal.org/project/superfish) and extract it to sites/all/libraries/superfish (so that the superfish.js will be located at http://example.com/sites/all/libraries/superfish/superfish.js)
Finally, the folder structure should be like this:
sites/all/modules/superfish (the Superfish module)
sites/all/modules/libraries (the Libraries module)
NOTE: If you have purchased one of our Premium Drupal themes, you can just copy the above folders directly from the downloaded package:
site/d7/sites/all/modules/superfish (the Superfish module)
site/d7/sites/all/modules/libraries (the Libraries module)
5. Enable the Superfish and Libraries modules through the Modules page of your Drupal installation (Home » Administration » Modules).
6. Superfish module uses the Drupal block system. Therefore, after the installation Superfish module has already created 4 Superfish blocks, which you can access through the Blocks configuration page (Home » Administration » Structure » Blocks). You will notice that the first one has the name "Superfish 1 (Superfish)" and this is by default connected with the Main menu. Click the configure link, set the Title "<none>", enable the "Auto-arrows" option and finally place this block to the "Navigation" region.
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