Upgrade – Lifestyle Child Theme – Nav / CSS issues

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  • #10878

    liftstudios
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    I mistakenly upgraded the genisis plugin and in the process lost my navigation and my CSS colors. It reverted back to the original blue and the nav has disappeared. I noticed there is a new feature to select the nav functions however it no longer looks the same. Lifestyle Child Theme

    http://www.hardbody.com/news/

    Any help and insight would be greatly appreciated and it’s caused me to lose a few hairs tonight.

    Thanks!

    #11077

    Susan
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    I’m looking at your site now, and your navigation is there, and it looks like your CSS colors are there, so it looks like this is resolved?


    Susan @ Graphically Designing I’d love to customize your website! I tweet!
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    #11082

    liftstudios
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    Yes, I resolved it after completely rebuilding it. Is there as faster way to add sub-navigation than dragging and dropping each one? IE Sub-categories under categories for the nav? It doesn’t appear to be the most user friendly when you have multiple sub-categories.

     

    Thanks

    #11084

    Susan
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    You can select multiple menu items from the pages selection, but from there, I believe you have to indent them individually.


    Susan @ Graphically Designing I’d love to customize your website! I tweet!
    I’ve taken up the challenge! – help me answer some of the unanswered posts

    #11086

    liftstudios
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    Thanks.

    Ya, a very cumbersome process when you have a number of menus. It would be nice to simply duplicate the structure as it exists within WordPress. Thanks for responding though

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