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  • #186472

    The question asked in #185474 was solved tangentially, but adjusting padding and font size. But I have a situation where a customer wants to know if we can wrap menu items. The following entries are only examples but you’ll get the idea:
    Home About Us Electrocardiography Program Center Peritoneal Dialysis Training Department

    I’ve suggested modifying the content – ECG Program Peritoneal Dialysis Dept
    I suggested breaking centers and departments into mega menus
    I tried entering <br> in the lines but that obviously didn’t work:

    They still ask about wrapping items so I’m asking if you have a trick to arrive at something like this?

    Home About Us Electrocardiography Peritoneal Dialysis
    Program Center Training Department

    Line height is off but you get the idea.

    #186839

    Hey tiredagent!

    Can you post a screenshot and show how you would like it to look? You would not like to use submenus as i understood. If you are using one of non-fixed header types padding between menu items could be increased to have a second line. A link to your website and a screeshot would be helpful

    Regards,
    Yigit

    #186958

    Thanks Yigit. I think I’ve talked them into using navigation at the bottom of the header, but the attached image illustrates what they asked for.

    http://184.154.44.90/~timbrost/ifsp.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Stacked-menu.png

    #187545

    Hi!

    I am marking this thread as resolved as you talked your customer into using navigation at the bottom type of header. Feel free to start a new topic if you have any other questions or issues

    Regards,
    Yigit

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