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    Hey Guys,

    I don’t know if any one else is experiencing this BUT sometimes when I mouse over a menu item with a second tier drop down menu,

    It appears and disappears depending on how quickly I’m able to get my mouse pointer onto the actual written link,

    Any ideas?


    I just noticed that a susan_ideolo is having the same problem but it hasn’t been resolved for her, (Purchase code hidden if logged out) -menu-not-working#post-74795



    You are using version 1.3 of the theme. The current version is 1.6. Prior to upgrading, please make sure that you make a copy of the database and all current files so that in case of unforeseen problems you can always revert back to the current setup.

    I would suggest to first make a tentative upgrade on your development/testing server, and if you do not use one, to set up a local XAMPP development clone of your site to make sure the transition will be the smoothest possible.




    Hi Nick,

    I’m already using Version 1.6

    With Contact Form 7 & the WooCommerce Plugins and this problem is still evident,

    Regards Erik


    Hi Erik,

    Try to disable all your plugins. This might be a plugin conflict.




    Hi Ismael,

    I did that – It’s kind of hard to disable woo commerce since it’s an integral part of the website, I disabled Contact Form 7 and it had no effect,

    I just wondered is this a known bug with Propulsion since at least one other person has noticed it on their website,

    Regards Erik



    I am sorry, are you referring to the site linked from your username -> ?

    If that’s the site, please put the following into Quick CSS located in Admin > Propulsion > Theme Options > Styling at the bottom of the page.

    .main_menu .menu ul {top: 20px}

    Your site looks great and the Super Cache plugin is doing its job on reloads, but its not using a correct configuration for the initial load. You are at about 7 seconds for first load and around a second for subsequent visits, which is one of the best I’ve seen – are you running on Nginx? But the first load you could drop down to 3 seconds easily.

    Here is somethings you could do to make your site even faster which improves Google’s ranking -> and

    Please let us know if the menu is behaving now.

    Good luck,



    AH, very Cool Nick,

    Thank You So Much,

    That worked perfectly :)

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