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    I am helping someone who is using Flagship (version 1.00) for http://arlenearnold.com and I can’t find where the background image for #apply_header_bg was set in the admin. The Theme Options fields don’t seem to have been used, and yet there is clearly one on the site. I am wondering if it’s height is responsible for pushing the content down on the page. It needs to change, and finding it is the first step!

    How can the navigation be moved below the header? We want to move it anyway, but also wonder if this will allow the menu to become visible for mobile. At this time the mobile nav is invisible and only accessible through a footer widget. If this wouldn’t solve it, is there any provision for mobile navigation?

    Something else I should mention is that the custom.css (as well as all of the style sheets other than style.css) is invisible in the editor. Will this need to be relocated via FTP to become editable? I won’t have FTP access until we agree on her changes.
    Thank you

    #227140

    Hey!

    That image is defined in the actual Page, when you edit it you’ll see a section called “Header Background Options”.

    Cheers!
    Josue

    #227197

    Hi. This is a start, but there are still a bunch of other questions…

      Is the height of that image responsible for pushing the content down on the page?
      How can the navigation be moved below the header?
      Will moving the navigation down the page allow the menu to become visible for mobile? If not, is there any provision for mobile navigation?
      The custom.css (as well as all of the style sheets other than style.css) is invisible in the editor. Will this need to be relocated via FTP to become available for edits?

    thanks

    #227222

    1. No, that’s defined by the slideshow.
    2. Use this code:

    .main_menu {
        bottom: -409px !important;
        top: auto;
    }
    #main {
        margin: -47px auto 0 auto;
    }

    3. Mobile navigation remains intact.
    4. Use this plugin to edit those files from the Dashboard:

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/solid-code-theme-editor/

    Best regards,
    Josue

    #227658

    Ok, that all helps.

    I think it also explains why she has been complaining that her slideshow is broken—it looks like only the one image is loaded in it. If it were working, would the slideshow become responsive?

    I will say that while making the mobile nav look like a search field is a nice use of space, it is likely to lose some people.
    thanks

    #227665

    Hello,

    Have you tried disabling all third-party plugins to see if the slideshow gets fixed?

    Regards,
    Josue

    #227720

    I haven’t made any changes for her yet. My current task is to assess the issues and what it’s going to take to fix them. Are you saying that another plugin could be affecting whether or not the slider is responsive? That is the last thing I’m trying to gain an understanding of.

    Thanks, Marsha

    #227746

    There is a JavaScript error caused by the calpress-event-calendar plugin.

    Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 (Not Found) http://arlenearnold.com/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/calpress-event-calendar/img/img/header_button_bgr.png

    Cheers!
    Josue

    #227837

    Awesome. That helps a lot!

    Thank you, Marsha

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