[Resolved] Wordsmith Menu question

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  • #1212735

    Coen

    My wife has her own little website and decided that she wanted a cleaner look of it. And I have been using GeneratePress Premium for quiet some time.

    So I am messing with a staging site and imported the Wordsmith site onto it.

    It’s is the first time I am using blocks (Normally I’m using Elementor) and it feels good. I will mess with it some more. But for now I’m quite happy and I have the feeling that she will be able to transform the rest of the content into what she feels good about.

    The only thing I see that I don’t like in this case, is the secondary menu under blogs.

    Can you point me in the right direction where I can solve the strange offset?

    MEANWHILE:

    I had contact with Mike Oliver, to ask the same question via mail.

    His response was:

    In the custom css try removing this…

    /* center align text in menus */
    .main-navigation .main-nav ul li a, .menu-toggle, .main-navigation .mobile-bar-items a {
    text-align: center;
    }

    There is a new version of Wordsmith coming out that is built with GenerateBlocks, you may want to try it out. I’m not 100% sure when it is getting added to the library but it will be soon. A lot of that custom css is no longer needed since Elements came out and using GenerateBlocks.

    Which I tried with no avail.

    Now I can email back and forth with him, but I believe in the power of many and hope to help others as well, that’s why I turn to you gurus here.

    Can you help me out?

    #1212882

    David Customer Support

    Hi there,

    can you disable your Cache – as it looks like that is messing with the CSS. Let me know

    #1213149

    Coen

    Swift Performance -> Caching off = no change?

    I disabled the Swift Performance plugin now, still no change…

    #1213211

    David Customer Support

    Odd the menu item padding shouldn’t be affecting them the way they are.

    Try adding this CSS:

    .main-navigation .main-nav ul ul li a {
        padding: 20px 10px;
    }

    and removing the CSS for centering the text.

    #1213377

    Coen

    Heya David,

    Yes, that looks a lot better.

    Is there, any way I can move over the little arrows a litte to the right?

    #1213509

    Tom Lead Developer

    Hi there,

    You can adjust the padding with this CSS:

    .menu-item-has-children .dropdown-menu-toggle {
        padding-right: 50px;
    }
    #1213519

    Coen

    Just the perfect answer! Now I can toggle with it the way I like.

    It is a hit and miss the way I sometimes look for those classes. Finding it very difficult to find the right names. Even if things have changed over the years for the better, with the inspect options in a lot of browsers. But the times I need it, are very rare and then I forget how it was again.

    Thank you very much for being there for all of us and pointing us in the right direction at times in need.

    #1218666

    Tom Lead Developer

    No problem! I’m glad I could help 🙂

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