If you have troubles since the update to WordPress 4.5 please read this post before opening a new thread.
September 21, 2012 at 4:15 pm #16490
The drop down menu underneath ‘My Account’ in the top bar is hidden behind the header/body.
If I hover over it, I can just about click on the ‘Change password’ link, but I’m guessing there are some more links in the menu including Logout.
Please can someone help.September 22, 2012 at 7:10 am #91682
Can you give us a test admin login details so that we can check? Maybe it has something to do with z-index? Please inspect the element and add z-index: 10000 on custom.css
IsmaelSeptember 22, 2012 at 11:22 am #91683
I’m not sure which element I need to add the z-index to as it disappears while inspecting in. Who shall I email my login details to?
KateSeptember 23, 2012 at 3:44 am #91684
Seems like there are two overlapping containers holding the menu which refuses to show itself past the wrapper.
If you change height to 150px, you will see the menu alright, but the purple bar will grow. z-index isn’t helping me at least, the layer with the sub-menu refuses to leave the header. The css is real strange, I think media query removal may have had other side effects. I am still looking at it, just wanted to give you a heads up.
[EDIT] – This is the easiest way I think to make the menu show up, I am just not sure about the side-effects or how it was before removal of responsive code, but the wrapper needs to be taken off unless someone has a better idea. Take a look at the video showing what i mean.
NickSeptember 23, 2012 at 9:02 am #91685
That seemed to work great in the video. Thank you for showing me that. Upon doing a search in my propulsion files, I can see that it appears in the function.php file but I’m not sure what lines I need to delete (don’t want to end up deleting something I shouldn’t have). Please could you advise?
KateSeptember 24, 2012 at 8:31 am #91686
Yes, it is in functions.php (in line 288), you will find this code:
$output .= "<div class='container_wrap info_text_header' id='shop_header'><div class='container'>";
just remove container_wrap as what Nick have done in the video. :)
IsmaelSeptember 24, 2012 at 8:48 am #91687
I deleted the container_wrap from that section of code and it didn’t work. However I found the below code and did the same and it worked:
$output .= “<div class=’container_wrap info_text_header’ id=’shop_header’><div class=’container’>”;
if($cart || $menu)
Please can you confirm that this is okay and that I don’t need to put ‘container_wrap’ back in the previous code.
KateSeptember 24, 2012 at 9:51 am #91688
Yes, kindly remove that container_wrap. I apologize to have pointed the wrong line of code, I have edited the code above, so it will not mislead someone who has the same problem and follows this thread.
IsmaelSeptember 24, 2012 at 9:54 am #91689
Will I need to add the other container_wrap back in which I removed the first time? (I have removed the container_wrap twice from lines 257 and 288).
KateSeptember 25, 2012 at 4:03 pm #91690
The topic ‘My Account drop down menu hidden’ is closed to new replies.