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- May 27, 2019 at 1:38 pm in reply to: How to turn off the header menu (primary menu) on single pages #1824045
thanks. We have tried that and there was no difference. By the way, would that CSS have turned off the menu on certain pages or for all pages? It looks a bit like an overall solution not as a trick for a certain page. Sorry if I wasn’t clear enough.
- This reply was modified 4 months, 3 weeks ago by reinhard.kratzke.
seems to work on different resolutions. I have checked it with an iPhone SE, an iPad and a couple of different resolutions on desktop and notebook. It looks definitely better than before, thanks a lot.
That leads to another question: Based on the width of the window or the device resolution the menu in the header will be replaced by a hamburger menu which is fine for us. Is there any way to decide when to switch from a single-line header to the two lines in the header (or the hamburger menu? We would like to skip the two-line appearance and switch fron the single line header to the hamburger menu just for all resolutions below 1200 pixels.
We have found the option when to switch to the tablet or the mobile version concerning the resolution but the values are different compared to the appearance of the header. The single-line header appears down to 973 pixels. Below that there will be two lines down to about 755 pixels.
Any ideas how to solve that?
thanks a lot. That works fine. I have changed the colour from red to blue as blue is used in the theme. Great support.
thanks. We had changed the colours for links before and it works well for all the links in the text and even for the menu entries in the footer. It doesen’t work for links that have been placed in the footer by using the HTML widget. There are three klinks in our footer thar are recognized as links (the broweser is showing the target url when hovered) but they do not change their colour when hovered. There seems to be a difference in the theme’s behaviour.
thanks. Just as a question: Does that CCS apply to the other links in the footer as well? It looks like it is limited to change only the copyright information. the copyright information is covered by the footer settings. I had to add two links using HTML. There is no option to set the link colour.
Thanks a lot, best regards
ReinhardAugust 24, 2018 at 11:15 am in reply to: Modifying the bullets and the spacing in the secondary menu #1383402
And, additionally, does the CSS for the footer have any impact on the menu in the right sidebar? If not, how is it called as the entry should be identical, shouldn’t it?
Best regardsAugust 24, 2018 at 11:15 am in reply to: Modifying the bullets and the spacing in the secondary menu #1383397
Great, works fine and can be modified.
Is there any chance to change the bullet icons as well?
Best regardsAugust 23, 2018 at 11:46 pm in reply to: Modifying the bullets and the spacing in the secondary menu #1383291
Yes, of course: www.chatbotcoaching.de
There is a menu in the footer and the same apperarance can be found on some content pages. The spacing semms to be the same, the spacing in the other widgets in the footer seems to be identical.
Thanks and best regards
the option was activated. In case, I deactivated it and activated it again. The search is gone. That’s a beaviour I would never have expected.
ReinhardJuly 10, 2018 at 3:45 pm in reply to: Changing the color of separators and the preloader #1377933
Thanks, this modification is the solution.July 6, 2018 at 1:16 pm in reply to: Changing the color of separators and the preloader #1377607
The second one shows the page after repositioning the sub heading with a margin of -28 pixels, the fist examples shows the typical behaviour.
And still there is no option to have the sub heading formatted in bold characters.
Best regardsJuly 6, 2018 at 9:48 am in reply to: Changing the color of separators and the preloader #1377579
Great, thanks again. What’s the code for the separator? If you look at the homepage there are green separators in the longer text section. They should be blue as well.