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  • #120396

    simombo
    Participant

    What code would I have to write in my child theme css to shorten the width of my menu and move down my logo so the two elements will be side by side, like this:

    Before and after

    Here is a good example of what I am aiming for.

    I know how to move the elements along the horisontal axis, but can’t find my way around the code to do as illustrated in the after-example.

    I’m a complete noob btw.

    #120440

    Thomas Oliver
    Keymaster

    It would probably be better to use the Top Menu and hide the Header Menu. Create a custom menu for your Top Menu, then provide a link to your site so that we can help you hide the Header Menu.

    #120448

    simombo
    Participant

    Awesome. Of course.

    If you can show me the best way to hide the header menu, that would be great!

    Gotta learn proper CSS.

    Here’s the site: http://britandersen.dk/

    #120456

    Thomas Oliver
    Keymaster

    Try:

    .menu {
    display: none;
    }
    .sb-holder {
    display: none;
    }

    http://cyberchimps.com/guide/adding-custom-css/

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