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Secondar Nav Background Issue
Website URL: http://isaac.2acrestudios.com/about-us/who-is-isaac/
Framework Version: 2.4.4
WordPress Version: 3.6
I cannot seem to find a way to set the background color for the Secondary Nav section.
I can see that #secondnav section has a dynamic height value in the DOM. But, .texture, .content and .content-pad are somehow all set to 10px?
If I hard set a height in CSS, it only works while the layout is full width. When I shrink the screen down to tablet or phone sized, the gap shows up again.
In all the other sections (header, content, footer), the .texture block gets set to the same height as the section tag. Secondary Nav does not seem to do that?
NavBar and Secondary Nav options
I am building a new site using PageLines, and will have a main nav, which I plan on using the NavBar. I also have a few landing pages which are separate from the website pages, but still live within the WordPress and the PageLines theme. I want to have a NavBar which would just have one link back to the Main Site and I want it to look exactly like the main website NavBar. Can this be done and if so, how? I have been banging my head on this for a while now.
simple nav and secondary nav default menu setting
In the PL template I have assigned a Secondary Nav to the header which is adjusted to float right. I've assigned a WP menu in the Theme Locations section of Wordpress under simple-nav.
However, PL doesn't populate the secondary nav with a menu choice for a new page until I choose it from the meta settings. Am I missing a trick for a default secondary nav menu to be selected for every page that is created?
It's the one top right in this example:
PS forgot to say that the navbar option COULD work if only there was a way of stripping out the colour option and making it nice and simple? Looks like the options are coded into the PL theme.
Secondary Nav to work "mobile - friendly"....?
Secondary Nav is great -
its the only Nav that lets me assign (header-)Menu's individually for each page !!
BUT its not mobile friendly
(if I resize the browser, menue points jump to second row...)
Maybe has anyone a solution to turn secondary Nav in a "mobile friendly menu" ?
(or how to make the mobile menu plugin work with secondary Nav?)
That would be awesome!
Vertical Secondary Nav ?
I have been using the secondary nav to show the child pages which has been great. My only concern is that I am not able to apply Certain CSS values to it. I have tried
to make it vertical to no avail, and some of the postioning atributes are not applying. I may be useing the wrong Base theme, but when I outline it I can tell that is the one I want to use. I am assuming it is within the footer and has other attributes applied to it that are not in the #secondnav theme. I am new to this so any help would be much appreciated!