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  • #17087

    hello, all

    my site is here:

    http://edgemontseniorliving.com/

    password:

    esl1234

    the nav titles all look fine on all pages except this one, which is missing the word ‘consultation’ after ‘public':

    http://edgemontseniorliving.com/public-consultation/

    i’m pretty sure that this has happened because i changed the name of the page and created a new one with the same title, but if i use the menu widget i can change it to anything, eg ‘test title’ and it works, but when i change it back to ‘public consultation’, it only shows ‘public’

    is there some way to fix this weirdness? please advise

    thank you, jodi

    #94134

    Hi,

    Try to assign a min width on that specific item and see what happens, something like this

    #menu-item-1091 {
    min-width: 200px;
    }

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #94135

    thanks so much for that but here is an older post that i have sent where i have done something similar to what you are suggesting:

    http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/icons-above-menu-revised

    it seems odd but it doesn’t seem connected to min-width but i’ll try changing in now and let you know :)

    #94136

    that worked!!!!! thanks so much, ismael

    one thing that i did notice, though (which is new) is that now the highlighted nav, ie, the page you are on ‘jumps’ up a few pixels – i will try min-width on all and see if that fixes it

    #94137

    ok, so i tried min-width on all and it is still jumping on the current page – do you think that maybe i need to set a slightly wider min-width? thanks, again

    #94138

    Hi webWahine,

    I have seen this on your custom.css:

    #menu-item-1091 {
    background: url('http://edgemontseniorliving.com/wp-content/themes/coherence/images/icons/iconCommunity.png');
    min-width: 140px !important;

    Try changing the min-width to 160px and also try to add this on your custom.css:

    .main_menu ul:first-child > li.current-menu-item > a, .main_menu ul:first-child > li.current_page_item > a {
    font-weight: normal !important;
    }

    Hope this fixes the issue.

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #94139

    hi ismael

    yes, that seems to have fixed the jump issue – css is a never ending learning experience, indeed – thank you :)

    #94140

    Hi webWahine,

    Glad we could help you. :)

    Cheers,

    Ismael

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