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[Resolved] Navigation Menu Sub-Items Typography

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  • #16462
    Deb E

    Hi there,

    When I first set up my theme, I’m almost 100% positive that the text in the drop-down items of my main menu was smaller than the Top menu item (but I can’t see that now, so I may be wrong).

    Since I applied today’s updates to the GP plug-ins, the drop-down menu items are rather HUGE… and I can only shrink them if I also shrink the main menu item text (which I don’t want to do). Could the ability to set the menu sub-items text size be a feature in a future plug-in? (or is it hiding somewhere now?). In the meantime, is there some css I can throw in to tidy things up?

    Thanks. Loving the Theme.

    #16474
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi,

    Do you have a link to your website so I can see what’s causing the sub-menu items to have a larger font?

    Let me know – I’ll get it fixed for you right away.

    #17092
    Deb E

    Yes, sorry. It’s here:

    It’s possible it was afterheat big & I just noticed it after the update. Would still be a neat feature.
    The beauty of GP is the customisability. Loving it.

    #17093
    Deb E

    Trying again: http://deberelene.com/

    #17192
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hmm – what I tried to do is look at the size of the main navigation, then reduce the sub-navigation text by 1px, which works nicely on smaller fonts.

    When using larger fonts, that 1px hardly makes a difference, so I guess I need to re-think how I size it. Maybe a new option in Typography is needed.

    For now, you can tweak the CSS.

    .main-navigation .main-nav ul ul li a {
          font-size: 17px;
    }

    You can tweak the pixels to your liking.

    If you don’t know where to add the CSS, a plugin like this should help: https://wordpress.org/plugins/simple-css/

    #17526
    Deb E

    Thanks. I don’t mind playing with the CSS.

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