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  • #60075

    aparente001
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    I’ve chosen the Fixed Header Top menu.

    1. I’ve added this css to my child theme styles:
    #header-menu { display: none; }

    Is that too kluge-y? (= unelegant?)

    2. The clickable area on the menu items is too small, and isn’t centered right where the menu text is (it’s a bit lower). What should I do about that?

    Thank you, I love the theme.

    #60078

    aparente001
    Participant

    I found the answer to #1: Theme Options -> Menu Options -> Check “Disable Primary & Secondary Menu”

    #60101

    Sakin
    Keymaster

    @aparente001: Cool that you found answer to your first question.
    2. Can you send me your site URL and then I can check in.

    #60108

    aparente001
    Participant

    I’m developing locally with XAMPP. How about if I give you links to my child theme files? I’ll include a few other things in case they help.

    Another problem I’m having with my menu is that when I click on a different menu item, the menu briefly displays in a different place before it lands in the correct spot.

    I’m afraid you’re going to find some not very elegant css. I really went wild with the z values to get things to look the way I wanted them to.

    Here is a link to the dropbox folder with what I hope is everything needed, and then some: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/3r4zn7z9rcbus1g/AAAKQrpgee7yUoRyfx4LvEjna?dl=0

    Thank you.

    #60120

    Sakin
    Keymaster

    @aparente001: It’s not possible with your child theme as I will not have same settings. Can you create test site or let me know once your site is live. Then I can check in.

    #60153

    aparente001
    Participant

    Okay, will do.

    #60295

    aparente001
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    #60436

    Sakin
    Keymaster

    @aparente001 You have played totally with CSS which is causing issue. As your menu is being overlapped by your header. You can remove your header css and it will be fine.

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