I am using executive theme and genesis slider and am trying to move the secondary nav to sit under the slider not above it. I have a custom menu in the header, which is what I want but it means the secondary nav would look better under the slider and above the home middle widgets.
Can anyone tell me what I need to do?
I am not sure if you are comfortable using the functions.php file but something like this should work
remove_action( 'genesis_after_header', 'genesis_do_subnav' ); add_action( 'genesis_before_content', 'genesis_do_subnav' );
Thanks Nunotmp, will give that a go.
Should I be adding the code before or after anything specific? I am presuming this is in the editor area of WP Appearance and not in my Cpanel php admin area.
If you are unfamiliar with the functions.php file I would advise not to do it. If you were to accidentally leave out something like a semicolon then your site would break. The code should go at the bottom of your functions.php if you would like to try it out and have ftp access.
Well, lesson learnt… I broke the site, I have an error message that I have an extra syntax } on line 177.
I’m in the file manager area of my cpanel and can see functions under WP content themes but now I am not sure if the formatting.php is the place I need to be. Any suggestions?
Also, how do i know which is line 177?
Found the problem… wp content / themes / executive / functions – now all fixed.
Alas, it looks like I am stuck with the Nav above the slider so I am back to square one.
Appreciate your help though.
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.
Are you a blogger, web designer, developer, or website owner looking to generate more income?
Promote products for the largest and fastest growing online website platform as part of our affiliate program.