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I really like keeping the left sidebar static but of course this is only possible if the height of the user’s screen exceeds the height of the content in that column. Is there any kind of fix that would allow me to only show certain content if their screen is greater than a certain height?
Secondly, I’d like to make Contact the last link on the list. However, if I do that and then go to Contact the Blog link takes the current-menu-item class and is highlighted (http://tufnellparkpests.com/#contact). Is there a way around this?
For the first part, no as far as I know you can only adjust based on the width of the browser. There very well could be other avenues to do that but I’ve never run across any code snippets or anything like that for it.
The second issue I’m not sure about. I tested the same thing on my local install and got the same result so its an issue with the theme but I’m not sure if its something that can be changed just with how the menu detects what section should be highlighted.
I’ll tag Kriesi on the topic and see if he can come up with a fix.
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