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  • #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.

    http://www.cutecreations.co.uk/wp/

    #91682

    Hi,

    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

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #91683

    Hi Ismael

    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?

    Kind regards

    Kate

    #91684

    Hi,

    Seems like there are two overlapping containers holding the menu which refuses to show itself past the wrapper.

    .sub_menu {
    position: relative;
    z-index: 130;
    font-size: 11px;
    float: left;
    line-height: 41px;
    height: 40px;
    }

    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.

    google video

    Thanks,

    Nick

    #91685

    Hey Nick

    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?

    Many thanks

    Kate

    #91686

    Hi Kate,

    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. :)

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #91687

    Hey Ismael

    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.

    Kind regards

    Kate

    #91688

    Hi Kate,

    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.

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #91689

    Hey Ismael

    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).

    Kind regards

    Kate

    #91690

    Hi Kate,

    Yes I believe so.

    Regards,

    Devin

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