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[Resolved] child theme

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  • #144144
    Barbara

    I downloaded and used the “blank child theme” – everything works despite the drop down menu
    Any idea?

    #144181
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi there,

    Go to “Appearance > Themes” and open your menu.

    Make sure the “Theme Location” is set to “Primary Menu”.

    #144742
    Nathan

    Same problem here. Child Theme, responsive/drop-down menu is missing.
    I tried from the WP-topbar “customize”, then I tried your way > Wp-Admin > Appeareance > Menus > Set as primary menu.
    And still, when the browser width is/goes below 768px, the menu vanishes.
    If I switch off from Child Theme and use Generatepress without a child, the dropdown/responsive menu works perfectly :/
    What do you reccomend?
    Thanks in advance!

    #144769
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer
    #144877
    Nathan

    Hi Tom, thanks for the reply and the child theme.
    Removing the @import without queueing the functions? Weird but works 🙂
    But I’d also like to mention something I find stranger… your theme, even in YOUR own page, puts the responsive menu ABOVE the logo… I can have a deeper dive into the code, try to manually change the way the layout is built but I’m mentioning it here because I’m not sure it’s intentional. It’s different to the behaviour in THIS very page, for instance.
    Do you really want the menu to push the logo down whenever you click on it?

    Thanks again!
    PS: one more suggestion… please, is there a way to get notifications whenever there’s a new reply to this topic?

    #144892
    Nathan

    Hi, just do add information and correct some from my previous question.
    I didn’t have the option “above header” in custization/layout.
    Now, maybe due to using your blank child theme, it’s working. Perfectly.
    I was mislead to think it was a “general problem” when I saw it also happening in your page. Now I see it’s a design choice.
    Thanks for your help 🙂

    #144893
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi there,

    This happens when your navigation layout is set to “Float Right”, as items that float to the right of other items need to be above them in the HTML structure.

    Using @import isn’t very good performance-wise, so GP adds both the parent stylesheet and child stylesheet in a much more efficient, better performing way 🙂

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