Epik responsive navigation

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    Teo100
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    My problem is that when I have more menu items than in the default Epik theme, the menu items tend drop to second row when viewing on e.g. Ipad devices.

    See a screenshot here
    You can see how the last menu item (“theme colors”) drops to a second row.

    Is it possible to keep the menu items on one level somehow. The responsiveness seems to work fine only if you have less menu items.

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    #106833

    nutsandbolts
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    You could decrease the font size, padding, etc. in the media queries section of your stylesheet to keep the menu items on one row. That said, there does come a point where there are more menu items than room on the screen, so they have to drop down to a second level eventually if you have a lot of items in the menu.


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    #107585

    Teo100
    Participant

    Thanks,
    I realised that it’s just easier to build the responsive menu from scratch.

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