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    Im having some very minor issues with my site http://tradesolarkits.com/ that I am hoping you can help with? All are linked to CSS but are foxing me at the moment. I am using version 1.2.1 of Propulsion.

    1. I would like the main menu to appear on the right not the left so I tried this:

    <div class=”main_menu” data-selectname=”Select a page” style=”float: right; “>

    .main_menu {

    margin-right:

    }

    <div class=”main_menu” data-selectname=”Select a page” style=”float: right; “>

    #top .logo a, #top .logo a:hover {

    height: 131px;

    width: 295px;

    }

    When I load a page it appears on the left, when I reload it moves to the right I cant figure what I need to add to make it stay on the right

    2. im wanting to close up the space between the bottom of the logo and the main menu but cannot seem to reduce it anymore than you see here. http://tradesolarkits.com/

    3. I would like to me able to add a bold phone number justified to the right hand side of the logo but am not sure how to do this without breaking the flexability

    it would be great if you had a resource of these snippets of code that we could all share :-) I have looked across the forums and experimented for a while but am not really getting anywhere.

    Many thanks

    Martin

    #69206

    Hey Martin,

    1) I’m not able to view the site with the maintenance page up. Looking at the base theme here: http://www.kriesi.at/themes/propulsion/ The main menu is already on the right hand side so I’m not sure why you are needing to change it to the right again.

    2) I’m not able to see the issue so I don’t know what elements to change.

    3) Possibly the easiest way to do this would be to add it in to the logo image. Its not perfect, but it will cause the least amount of modification.

    We are working on putting together just that. The forums gets between 30 and 60 individual questions a day on average and sometimes more so its been a side project for myself for quite some time while the normal day to day questions are being answered in a timely manner :)

    If you can bring down the maintenance mode for a short time, that would help in trying to figure out how to help fix the issues.

    Regards,

    Devin

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