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Bingo – success! – Thank you for your help
I have just tried adding the code to the CSS again – and it doesn’t change anything. I have viewed in IE and Chrome – both show menu over to the right (although still looks centred in live preview mode). This is very frustrating – I am beginning to wish I hadn’t wasted my time and money upgrading to the Pro version. Is it possible for me to send you screenshots?
I have added the code above to the CSS section, unfortunately, it has made now difference – also cleared browsing history on pc in case that was causing problem.
I want the whole menu to be centred on the page – currently, it is over to the right of the page.
my site is http://www.bayimages.co.uk – also noticed the same thing happens when I add tag line in – in customisation view it appears in the centre but when viewed in browser it is left aligned.
Hi – I understand that they are default widgets, but when I have it set to No Sidebar, Full Width option in Sidebar Layout Options as you suggest they were still there.
I think I have found the problem now – my home page has custom fields which was set to side bar – when I delete the custom field the default widgets are removed.
I have reset to no sidebar full width which puts the search and archive widgets at the bottom of the page – but my point is that when I look in the widgets area I can’t see that search or archive widgets have been added to any of the widget areas – I don’t want either of these items on display but without being able to find where they are located I can’t remove them – please advise.
Hi with the use of the updater plugin I have managed to get most of it across ok.
However, I have the new theme set to full screen and I have the search and archive widgets displayed at the bottom of screen above the footer areas I have checked all the widget set up areas and neither items are shown (if I change to right-hand column they both appear there) – how can I remove these items?
My website is http://www.bayimages.co.uk