Try using Firebug for Firefox. It will help you target the locations.
Thanks AnitaC. I have tried that – I was wondering if anyone else had this issue before and had a fix for it.
Well, if you aren’t familiar with CSS, as most people aren’t then yes, it is a bit of a challenge to target a specific area.
I was able to find a way to change it. Firebug was no help at all – I had to go through comparing another theme in order to add lines to the #nav CSS to get it to change.
I am familiar with CSS, and I hope that I’m not reading undue snark into your response.
You asked as queston:
I was wondering if anyone else had this issue before and had a fix for it.
I responded to the question… so no there wasn’t anything snarky. I don’t know you from adam’s house cat so there is nothing to be snarky about. Now that might be a snarky statement.
Running into the same issue JacE. And you are right, the suggestions given here don’t fix the issue.
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