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I can see no changes in the page.
Maybe I copied it incorrectly? I left a row empty after the last additional CSS and copied it in there?
But maybe there is a solution to the word separation on mobile. I don’t like where wordpress sets the hyphen in my headers on mobile, is there a way I can influence how it acts?
Forget it, I just had some issues with another device which diieks not concern the website at all. Not the templates fault afterall
As for the source code, yes that is what I meant. Just that I had problems finding the right color picker to only change the front page color.
I’d like the background color on the front page to be as it is now (the dark gray) but not change the background color of the rest of the pages. Maybe I just took the wrong color to change?
Found the “Top Menu” customizer. So that one is resolved.
Here is the image:
I would like it to be positioned where it is at the moment but for it to be responsive when adjusting the browser window or changing to mobile. There is the next problem, I have not found where I can change the “Top Menu” in the customizer. At this moment it looks weird with two menus at the top.
Worked out perfectly!
Thank you very much.
This worked out perfectly.
Thank you so much!
To make it easier to understand my issue I wanted to provide a short screen capture of the drop-down menu as is.
I’m not sure if I can describe it correctly, but I hope you can see the font color in the greenish tone of the drop-down menu. This is the state when on the corresponding page. So when you are onn a page from the drop-down menu and you hover over the menu item where the drop-down menu is situated it will drop down and the font of the site you are at will be green.
I’d like it to be grayish/something more neutral if that is possible.
Unfortunately I cannot give a ink since I have it run on localhost. Can you tell me how I can upload a screenshot to this post here?