I just update to latest Genesis released and the "topnav" is removed. Strangely, it only be removed on my main site, the site that I set up for testing purpose is not effected!
The site: http://www.digitalcashpalace.com/
Test site: http://www.digitalcashpalace.com/wp/
Can you please take a look? Thanks for your advice.
No, I moved the second nav to top, in replace for topnav, after the update everything become a mess and I cannot manage to fix it or get any help so I switched thing back, reverse the second nav bar but it's not completely fix.
As you can see in main site, the topnav (where to put date, RSS feed) disappear so it make the header look stranger! Can you advice how to get it back?
It looks like there are some plug-ins that may be interfering with the correct rendering. Have you tried disabling all plug-ins to see if things get back to normal? Then, try activating them one by one to see which is the problem.
Another thing is that I don't see the theme structure on the live site like I do on the test site! All I see is a bunch of scripts. So, maybe you need to re-install WordPress after cleaning out the files via ftp.
See what other folks might think... Good luck!
Anne S. Katzeff
Web/Graphic Designer & Artist
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