Move eleven40 theme menu

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  • #33251

    WinstonMcFail
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    I’m trying to get my menu from where its at  http://darkmarketing.net/2013/01/30/hello-world/

    and move it up into the black area like in the demo http://demo.studiopress.com/eleven40/

    Ideally, I would like to have the menu options display on the right side, and then move directly underneath it when on smaller screens.

    Would appreciate any direction in this. Thanks,

    #33406

    WinstonMcFail
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    Anybody? I’ve Googled and tried a few code snippets.. I think one of the other code snippets i entered could be conflicting things, not really sure though. would still really appreciate some direction here. thanks again.

    #33407

    Susan
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    From the theme’s setup instructions:

    How to set up the navigation menu
    In the eleven40 theme, the default menu areas are not used in the demo. You may disable the Primary menu under Genesis -> Settings -> Navigation.

    The menu on the demo is a custom Menu widget placed in the header right widget area.

    Go to Appearance -> Menus and create a new menu. Add your menu items.

    Navigate to Appearance -> Widgets. Chose the Custom menu widget and drag it to Header Right. In the widget settings, choose the nav menu you created


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    #33415

    WinstonMcFail
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    OMG. That was way too simple.. Sorry about that.. and thank you, Susan.

    #33416

    Susan
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    You’re welcome. :)


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    #33417

    WinstonMcFail
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    OK well.. I take that back. That didn’t work either. I can’t anything to show up in my header right widget area.

    #33492

    Susan
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    Winston – there is a conflict between your header image and your header right. When I removed the header image, the header right menu appeared on my test site.


    Susan @ Graphically Designing I’d love to customize your website! I tweet!
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    #33502

    WinstonMcFail
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    Hmm… So when adding a custom header via the tutorial on Brian’s blog, the header widget becomes unusable? Is there a way to make them play nice?

     

    I’m sorry to be so much trouble..but even if I remove the header I can’t get the nav menu in the header.

    #33621

    WinstonMcFail
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    bump

    #33624

    Susan
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    Did you remove the header, or the accompanying code at the bottom of your stylesheet? When I removed that from the stylesheet, the header right worked correctly.

    But, that doesn’t answer your question as to why it’s not working – I’ll see if I can get another pair of eyes to look at this.


    Susan @ Graphically Designing I’d love to customize your website! I tweet!
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    #33630

    WinstonMcFail
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    Yes, I did remove the header Susan, still not working.

    Thanks a lot.

    #33631

    Megan Gray
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    I’ll stick around to take a look, but at the moment I don’t see anything as a header/logo or menu in there. Is that right? Any chance you could create a temporary username/login for me to take a look around?

    #33718

    WinstonMcFail
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    Sure Megan that would be super helpful… and actually, I think I was just checking out your profile on the Genesis recommended designer list, unless I’ve mistaken you for someone else. Nice work, btw.

    And yes, I removed the header code from the css file because Susuan thought it may be interfering with the header right widget. But as of now, the header logo, and the header right widget are in place and still no luck getting the menu to show like in the theme demo.

    Is there no private messaging in this forum, or did I just miss it? I suppose it’s ok for me to post this in the open since it’s just a dummy site? Please delete if it’s not mods, thanks.

    edited to remove user name and password.

    #33723

    Susan
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    Winston – I went ahead and removed your user name and password from the thread, as this is a public forum. I and sent the details to Megan via a Twitter DM.

    There is no PM capabilities in this forum. :(


    Susan @ Graphically Designing I’d love to customize your website! I tweet!
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    #33821

    abh
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    I figured I’d jump in here since I’m having eleven40 menu issues, too…

    http://www.cellardoar.com/

    As you can see the menu shows up, but it’s sitting right at the bottom of the header area. What the heck did I do?

    Also, there’s no way to edit out the nav bar(s) in the Genesis -> Theme Settings -> Navigation, which through me off.

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