Executive Pro: Different color scheme for secondary NAV

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    archers
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    We have been working on a website, which is based upon Executive Pro theme. (http://www.itecuae.com/demo20)

    I would like to have slightly different color scheme for Secondary Navigation. Right now, the same CSS coding is controlling both Primary and Secondary NAV. Any kind of help would be appreciated.

    http://www.itecuae.com/demo20
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    stinkykong
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    It’s a little confusing to understand which menu you mean by primary and which by secondary. The header menu has an ID of “menu-primary” while the lower menu has a CLASS of “nav-primary”, an ID of “menu-secondary” and a CLASS of “menu-primary”. They each have a CLASS of “genesis-nav-menu” and that’s what you’re currenlty using to style each.

    So you could leave that confusion as it is…just knowing it might haunt you later. You style the lower menu separately, (for instance, remove the image) by adding a rule like:

    #menu-secondary {
    background-image: none;
    }

    Maybe this will get you started.


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    archers
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    Thanks for the response… highly appreciated.
    I will give your suggestions, a try !

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