[Resolved] Secondary Navigation and Header Merge

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  • #369362
    Burt

    When I try to merge the header with the nav. I can make the primary Nav to transparency but the secondary nav shows the original – in this case, white. I surely must be missing something – or do I need to deal with it with CSS?

    As you can see in these 2 screen grabs:
    Merged Header with no secondary nav

    Merged Header with Secondary Nav

    Thank you

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    #369377
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    I assume you want the secondary navigation to be white except on the pages that are merged with the page header?

    #369392
    Burt

    Hey, Leo – Correct. Is the only way to do this is with CSS for those headers or maybe I could keep the header #fff . and the background of the 2nd nav transparent? But I would still need to deal with the font colors… so I guess CSS?

    #369516
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Yeah for sure. I would recommend using Tom’s Simple CSS plugin. It gives you a meta box to enter page specific CSS.

    Then you can do this.

    .secondary-navigation {
        background-color: transparent;
    }
    #369536
    Burt

    Thank you

    That is what I thought – looks like the Simple CSS plugin doesn’t work inside the page header CPT.

    #369560
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Ahh no it needs go on to the actual page where the page header is applied.

    #369561
    Burt

    Ahh OK, but you know, it would make more sense to do it on the Page Header page that way you would only have to adjust or CSS once (- ;

    I’ll close this out …. thxs

    #369575
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Yeah I think that’s a good point.

    Will see what we can do.

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